“A dangerous change for our system” is how a constitutional scholar who voted for Barack Obama described the president’s use of executive orders to bypass Congress.
Nationally acclaimed constitutional scholar Professor Jonathan Turley of the George Washington University Law School is the second-most cited law professor in the country.
Testifying before a House Judiciary Committee looking into whether the president is faithfully executing the law, Turley flatly stated, “We are in the midst of a constitutional crisis with sweeping implications for our system of government.”
He also said that while he may agree with many of Obama’s policies, he has grave concerns about the way the president is implementing those policies.
Turley noted he had criticized former President George W. Bush for his use of executive orders, but the professor has become “alarmed” by the increasing number of those orders under Obama.
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