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Stephen Miller Issues Dire Warning to Americans
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Stephen Miller, senior policy advisor to the President of the United States, issues a dire warning to the American people.
Posted October 7 2019



I'm on this new diet where I drink coffee instead of biting people.
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The Consitition does not give the President total, unmitigated executive power in the way Miller thinks it does.

The Founders did not envision the government we have. This Federal government is totally inimical to the spirit of America that is worth fighting for. You cannot have an agency-based, Federal behemoth that incurs onto every State, every Country, every Domain of human activity - and place that power in the hands of ONE MAN. That was not the INTENT of the Founders whatsoever. Miller's understanding of presidential power is flawed in this sense. He believes that all Federal employees, career workers - lose their rights and beliefs every time a NEW President is elected, and must obey to the letter everything he commands. But this is not a Presidential authority in the Consitition. The President cannot override laws passed by Congress. The President cannot issue Executive Orders on legislative matters.

The size and scope of "Executive Branch" power has become, especially since the postwar period of 1945 >
an absolutely cringeworthy frankenstein monster.

With today's technoogy and the near-future applications they have planned for us, it is especially paramount to put checks on Federal power - and that means Executive Power, because this type of Imperial Presidency was not intended.

In a 2015 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, one senator noted that "The Federal Register indicates there are over 430 departments, agencies, and sub-agencies in the federal government."
Nobody Knows How Many Federal Agencies Exist
https://cei.org/blog/nobody-knows-how-ma...cies-exist
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(10-08-2019, 09:09 AM)Treebeard Wrote: The Consitition does not give the President total, unmitigated executive power in the way Miller thinks it does.

The Founders did not envision the government we have. This Federal government is totally inimical to the spirit of America that is worth fighting for. You cannot have an agency-based, Federal behemoth that incurs onto every State, every Country, every Domain of human activity - and place that power in the hands of ONE MAN. That was not the INTENT of the Founders whatsoever. Miller's understanding of presidential power is flawed in this sense. He believes that all Federal employees, career workers - lose their rights and beliefs every time a NEW President is elected, and must obey to the letter everything he commands. But this is not a Presidential authority in the Consitition. The President cannot override laws passed by Congress. The President cannot issue Executive Orders on legislative matters.

The size and scope of "Executive Branch" power has become, especially since the postwar period of 1945 >
an absolutely cringeworthy frankenstein monster.

With today's technoogy and the near-future applications they have planned for us, it is especially paramount to put checks on Federal power - and that means Executive Power, because this type of Imperial Presidency was not intended.

In a 2015 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, one senator noted that "The Federal Register indicates there are over 430 departments, agencies, and sub-agencies in the federal government."
Nobody Knows How Many Federal Agencies Exist
https://cei.org/blog/nobody-knows-how-ma...cies-exist

That's EXACTLY why the civil war was fought. It wasn't about fucking slavery, it was about states rights and any goddamn history book that says otherwise is WRONG!
"One shitty decision away from disaster"
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Think We ' re just about to Exhaust Administrative Remedy . . . again


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(10-08-2019, 09:09 AM)Treebeard Wrote: The Consitition does not give the President total, unmitigated executive power in the way Miller thinks it does.

The Founders did not envision the government we have. This Federal government is totally inimical to the spirit of America that is worth fighting for. You cannot have an agency-based, Federal behemoth that incurs onto every State, every Country, every Domain of human activity - and place that power in the hands of ONE MAN. That was not the INTENT of the Founders whatsoever. Miller's understanding of presidential power is flawed in this sense. He believes that all Federal employees, career workers - lose their rights and beliefs every time a NEW President is elected, and must obey to the letter everything he commands. But this is not a Presidential authority in the Consitition. The President cannot override laws passed by Congress. The President cannot issue Executive Orders on legislative matters.

The size and scope of "Executive Branch" power has become, especially since the postwar period of 1945 >
an absolutely cringeworthy frankenstein monster.

With today's technoogy and the near-future applications they have planned for us, it is especially paramount to put checks on Federal power - and that means Executive Power, because this type of Imperial Presidency was not intended.

In a 2015 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, one senator noted that "The Federal Register indicates there are over 430 departments, agencies, and sub-agencies in the federal government."
Nobody Knows How Many Federal Agencies Exist
https://cei.org/blog/nobody-knows-how-ma...cies-exist

Can you hear? He said the executive power. Meaning complete power over everything under the executive branch. That is 100% constitutional....
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(10-08-2019, 09:57 AM)Thedudeabides Wrote: Can you hear? He said the executive power. Meaning complete power over everything under the executive branch. That is 100% constitutional....

Did you get my point? The Constitutional powers for the presidency are plainly readable in that document and in all the activities and letters of the founders. They - and those presidents all the way up to recent times - did not rule over a government like this.

The Federal agencies - and the president who directs them - must follow US Law - as enacted by the Legislature - and not infringe upon US Law as ruled by the Judicial either.

Granted, Trump did not foist this Federal monster upon us, but he has not rescinded it either.

So-called conservatives need to decide what they believe in. They cannot rail against "left-wing communists" - while they continue to approve of an imperial presidency with direct powers over hundreds of agencies. Understand, those agencies are no less responsible to follow US law than anyone else! Yet they break it via this "executive power". They can be held accountable by the other branches.

Concerning foreign policy, we've been off the plantation for decades. Will it ever change back?

"As James Madison wrote to Thomas Jefferson: “The constitution supposes, what the History of all Governments demonstrates, that the Executive is the branch of power most interested in war, and most prone to it. It has accordingly with studied care vested the question of war in the Legislature.”

Americans still haven't been capable of restricting the size of the "Federal government", to the point where we take it all for granted now, something that did not exist for most of our history... so if it's not leaving, then who are the hypocrites - those who claim to support smaller government but have never put their actions where their words are.
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Treebeard, what you have to understand is, there is a very large group of people that think progressive liberalism is such a large threat to the future of this country, that they are willing to suspend constitutional whatever to eliminate the threat.

Our founders could not have imagined the technology and practices that are being unleashed on an uneducated population, including infiltration and use of the media, to brainwash people and sway elections.

Some people want to put a stop to this by any means necessary. The silent majority is getting tired of being bullied around and not represented in government.

This is why Trump was elected. This is why he will be elected again, by an even larger majority this time around, because the media and progressives have not learned that people are sick of them, and since he has been elected, they have tripled down on their insanity that we all are sick of.
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(10-08-2019, 10:52 AM)Treebeard Wrote:
(10-08-2019, 09:57 AM)Thedudeabides Wrote: Can you hear? He said the executive power. Meaning complete power over everything under the executive branch. That is 100% constitutional....

Did you get my point? The Constitutional powers for the presidency are plainly readable in that document and in all the activities and letters of the founders. They - and those presidents all the way up to recent times - did not rule over a government like this.

The Federal agencies - and the president who directs them - must follow US Law - as enacted by the Legislature - and not infringe upon US Law as ruled by the Judicial either.

Granted, Trump did not foist this Federal monster upon us, but he has not rescinded it either.

So-called conservatives need to decide what they believe in. They cannot rail against "left-wing communists" - while they continue to approve of an imperial presidency with direct powers over hundreds of agencies. Understand, those agencies are no less responsible to follow US law than anyone else! Yet they break it via this "executive power". They can be held accountable by the other branches.

Concerning foreign policy, we've been off the plantation for decades. Will it ever change back?

"As James Madison wrote to Thomas Jefferson: “The constitution supposes, what the History of all Governments demonstrates, that the Executive is the branch of power most interested in war, and most prone to it. It has accordingly with studied care vested the question of war in the Legislature.”

Americans still haven't been capable of restricting the size of the "Federal government", to the point where we take it all for granted now, something that did not exist for most of our history... so if it's not leaving, then who are the hypocrites - those who claim to support smaller government but have never put their actions where their words are.

Way to step over what I said and reiterate what you are saying.

The president, Trump specifically, has every right to do what he is doing.
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(10-08-2019, 10:59 AM)Hamburger Wagon Wrote: Treebeard, what you have to understand is, there is a very large group of people that think progressive liberalism is such a large threat to the future of this country, that they are willing to suspend constitutional whatever to eliminate the threat.

If you ask them that specific question, the majority of those who voted for Trump would say NO.
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(10-08-2019, 11:48 AM)Treebeard Wrote:
(10-08-2019, 10:59 AM)Hamburger Wagon Wrote: Treebeard, what you have to understand is, there is a very large group of people that think progressive liberalism is such a large threat to the future of this country, that they are willing to suspend constitutional whatever to eliminate the threat.

If you ask them that specific question, the majority of those who voted for Trump would say NO.

I disagree. A LOT of people are really fed up.
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