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View Poll Results: Are you ok with the POTUS bypassing Congress on legislation?
liberal, I'm ok with a Prez bypassing Congress 6 17.14%
liberal, I'm not okay with a Prez bypassing Congress 5 14.29%
Conservative, I'm okay with a Prez bypassing Congress 1 2.86%
Conservative, I'm not okay with a Prez bypassing Congress. 23 65.71%
Voters: 35. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 07-13-2014, 09:36 PM
Location: Old Bellevue, WA
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Originally Posted by Ralph_Kirk View Post
That's 'cause you had said it before, and I expected you to be consistent:

So it's not what he did, it's the way he did it that annoys you...sending a memo to the state attorneys general apparently constituting a "deal" in your opinion.

Obama administration will not block state marijuana laws if distribution is regulated - The Washington Post

But I'd expect the state attorneys general also know something about "rule of law," yet they aren't complaining that the federal government is holding back from challenging a state law.

You're making this way too complicated. My position is: enforce the law as enacted by the Congress and signed by the President. If we don't like the law, then work to change it. When we pick and choose which laws will be enforced, we no longer have rule of law, but rule of man, i.e. tyranny.
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