Robert Romano is the Senior Editor of Americans for Limited Government
According to Robert, the Constitution doesn’t mention executive orders but admits they should be fine provided the action being taken is to help execute or enforce a law that already exists. As he also noted, these orders only become problematic when they exceed congressional intent.
Has President Obama been abusing executive orders to circumvent Congress and therefore get his way? What can the average citizen do to stop presidential rule by executive order? If things go unchecked, where will this lead us? These questions and others are answered when you review this critical edition of Crosstalk.