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How Can Ron Paul Execute Legislation?

GeoLaureate8
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5/3/2011 3:36:41 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
If Ron Paul is against the Executive Order and against enacting laws without Congress' approval, is he going to use these methods to quickly enable civil liberties? Or is he going to go the fair, but long and slow route of enabling civil liberties.

Is it right for him to use these unconstitutional and extremely powerful abilities to streamline freedom? I say absolutely.
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Ragnar_Rahl
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5/3/2011 3:39:43 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
If Ron Paul is against the Executive Order and against enacting laws without Congress' approval, is he going to use these methods to quickly enable civil liberties?
No, he can't use them. He has no chance of being an executive silly.
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Cody_Franklin
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5/3/2011 3:42:34 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 3:36:41 AM, GeoLaureate8 wrote:
If Ron Paul is against the Executive Order and against enacting laws without Congress' approval, is he going to use these methods to quickly enable civil liberties? Or is he going to go the fair, but long and slow route of enabling civil liberties.

Is it right for him to use these unconstitutional and extremely powerful abilities to streamline freedom? I say absolutely.

He could just, in his power as the executive, refuse to enforce a lot of the really crappy laws that impinge liberty.
mongeese
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5/3/2011 6:40:06 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
He can pardon everybody who he believes the federal government has unjustly punished. It would be like Jefferson after the Alien and Sedition Acts, but to a greater extent.