A President’s Purpose
“Just Say No” to Executive Branch overreach!
No Branch of the Federal Government should be able to delegate or abdicate their duties to another Branch.
The Executive Branch and Judicial Branch should not be able to create law, the Judicial Branch and Legislative Branch should not be able to run Agencies, and the Executive Branch and the Legislative Branch should not be able to have courts — save where defined by the Constitution (Impeachment).
Only Congress may decide when armed forces should be used except in very limited and specific circumstances, such as invasion or insurrection, and even then only for a limited time.