Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Shadow Government? - Soros And The Center For American Progress

It has amazed me that the Democrat Congress could care less about the Executive branch usurping their Constitutional power through Executive edict. This has been going on for many years now, though both Democrat and Republican administrations. Hopefully, through budgetary moves, the Republican House can begin to rein in this abuse and restore the balance of power among the three branches of our Federal government.

In the meantime, it appears that Obama, taking a lead from Soros and his gang, will do everything he can to subvert the will of the American people.

From Tuesday's Politico Playbook:

[The] Center for American Progress today is releasing a report, "Power of the President," proposing 30 executive actions the president can take to advance progressive change in the areas of energy, the economy, health care, education, foreign policy, and national security. "The following authorities can be used to ensure progress on key issues facing the country today: Executive orders, Rulemaking, Agency management, Convening and creating public-private partnerships , Commanding the armed forces, Diplomacy.

The New York Times fleshes out these proposals with some suggestions about policy changes across the board. The ideology of George Soros shines through the Center's report as it justifies this forceful approach to circumvent Congress when it states that:

[The] legislative battles that Mr. Obama waged during his first two years - notably on health care and financial regulatory reform - have created a weariness among the general public with the process of making laws. And it hints it has not helped Mr. Obama politically in the process.

In other words, when Congress passed a variety of laws Americans became dismayed by the horse-trading and bribes that were resorted to by Democrats to impose these policies on us. Instead of compromise and listening to the American people, Soros counsels that more forceful measures should be used to override the will of the American people.

Read full American Thinker article here.

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