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Thursday, January 28, 2010

US President as described by the US Constitution

George Washington referred to the President of the U.S. as a chief magistrate.
"a constitutionally constrained chief magistrate charged with faithful execution of the laws."
Restoring our founding father's vision will require a Congress and a Court willing to check executive power.  There is no such thing in our Constitution allowing an "Imperial presidency". It is the oppression of monarchy that is the reason for this country's existence.
Respectfully, our president is just that-a President-chief magistrate.
A man who we the people voted into office to execute our law, our agenda.

United States Executive Branch of Government