Monday, March 29, 2010

Can an Executive Order change a Law?

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. How is everyone doing? I pray that this blog finds everyone in good health and spirits. We are doing good at the Jones Family. We have had some very strange weather lately. It was nice all last week until late Friday night/Saturday morning when winter decided to pay one last visit. We had snow and strong winds Saturday and Sunday. Today it was a nice 55 deg.

I am still working on my blog titled, "How to have a happier and more joyful life." I wanted to post this quick blog after hearing President Obama state that he would sign an Executive Order that would prevent federal funds from being used to pay for abortions after the Health Care Bill was signed into law. I was shocked to hear this and that this tactic actually worked to get some Demicrats who claimed to be "Pro-Life" to vote "yes" to the Health Care Bill, which does give fedral funds for abortion. The truth is that an Executive Order CAN NOT CHANGE LAW. Our founding fathers wanted to make sure that no one person was able to change or remove a law. Can you imagine how dangerous it would be if one person in office had that much power? So, why did Obama say he would sign an executive order that would not allow federal funds to be used for abortion? Well, he can sign that executive order but it will not hold up. As soon as a pro-abortion challenges it, judges will have to throw out the executive order. I personally would like to think that maybe Obama really does think he has the power to change law but, I am afraid that he is smarter then that.

Love,The Oklahoma Tomcat

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