President has power to rob people blind
One month after the Benghazi attack, President Obama takes quick and decisive action, against the American people. He signs Executive Order 13628. It gives the president, the Secretary of Treasury, and/or the Secretary of State the power to name a person "sanctioned" as a threat to the country.
His property can be seized by the government and the sanctioned person has no recourse to sue and cannot use a third party to prove his innocence. In other words, it gives the president the power to rob you blind. Watch out Steve Wynn and the Koch brothers.
President Obama has had a very active pen, signing executive orders about everything from religion to sports fitness and broadband infrastructure. One of my concerns is who is writing these executive orders for him. We know that while he was the editor, President Obama was not able to find time to write even one article for the Harvard Law Review.
We understand that he has not met with his Jobs Council, that he doesn’t attend his security briefings and that he refuses to meet with members of Congress to negotiate a budget because "we already know what they’re going to say." Even the Democratic chairman of the Budget Committee, Kent Conrad, D-N.D., complains that he can’t get the president to sit down with his committee.
I assume our president hasn’t time to write executive orders because he appears to be "out of the loop" on most issues. Two weeks after the Benghazi attack he was advertising the stupid movie that no one watched as being the cause of a spontaneous riot, the discussion of which subsequently set the Middle East on fire. The rest of us listened to the president of Syria and knew it was a terrorist attack the morning of Sept. 12.
Perhaps the president doesn’t even have time to watch TV.
Cora Lee Schingnitz