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Restrain the president

We do not live in a dictatorship where one man issues an order and the rest of us must obey. This is supposed to be a democracy; a government of the people, by the people, for the people, where our elected representatives meet in Congress to develop our laws.

Unfortunately, President Obama does not seem to know or care about our constitutional form of government. He seems to think he is above the law and may order such directives as he sees fit.

The man is in need of restraint. I hope Congress will do everything in its power to oppose him and to return our government to its constitutional limits.

Unus Vocate

Coeur d’Alene

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