by Cody Robert Judy, Presidential Candidate, ©2015

(Nov. 28, 2015) — On November 27th, 2015 74-year-old Pulitzer Prize winner and conservative pundit George F. Will recognizes in his article the distortion happening in the United States constitutional architecture quoting Justice Clarence Thomas’s admonition that the Legislative Branch STOP “delegating its powers to the Executive Branch.”

Akin to slamming a forward-moving car into reverse, you could just hear the transmission gears shattering in the Obama Administration. It’s almost difficult to imagine what has happened in the last 7 years of the Obama Administration. The biggest problem, in fact, rests in the bubble that has been kept around Americans’ functioning when things were so bad.

It’s not so bad if you can at least function when you’re sick, but the problem is Americans have been kept in the dark under false pretenses about how bad it actually is.

This is not how Obama won the White House in his 2012 rhetoric “Win the Future” program; Mr. Obama called for taking responsibility for our deficits, by cutting wasteful excessive spending wherever we find it.” The problem was like most politicians:  Obama never found it.

The National Debt increased more under Obama in the first 3 years than it did under President George W. Bush. The debt rose 4.899 Trillion during Bush Presidency’s two terms and it took Obama only 3 years to beat it with 4.939 Trillion.

You’d think Obama was part of the Trickle-Down Economics philosophy class because Obama has been the most well-financed President in U.S. History, but it gets worse.. much worse. U.S. Debt has increased by 70% under Obama, from $10.625 trillion on Jan 21, 2009 to 18.0005 trillion most recently.

Now that’s not bad if you’re Obama and you’re just out to pass your  Obama Catastrophe on to the next president. Did I mention it gets worse? With the new 2-year budget plan proposal passed Obama becomes a 10 Trillion dollar man about the time he leaves office, adding to the 10 trillion before he got there, combining for an astronomical 20 Trillion.

The problem has been structured and engineered as the Legislative Branch has allowed the Executive Branch more and more leeway to legislate for them. Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse said in a speech, “Would anything be lost if the U.S. Senate didn’t exist? The growth of the administrative state, the fourth branch of government, is increasingly hollowing out the Article I branch, the legislature – and many in Congress have been complicit in this.”

In Will’s article, he posed the U.S. Supreme Court was feeling the same way as far as seeing the Legislative Duty passed on to the Executive Branch and the Judicial Branch often referring to the Executive Branch for final interpretation of the Constitution.

An exasperated Justice Thomas said, referring in Department of Transportation v. Association of American Railroads, “Does not vest the federal government with an undifferentiated ‘governmental power.'” It vest three distinguishable types of power in three different branches. The court, Thomas says, has the “judicial duty” to enforce the vesting clauses as absolute and exclusive by policing the branches’ boundaries.”

What does that mean? Well, for one, the Supreme Court has not done a good job vetting Obama. They haven’t policed themselves to their own responsibility towards the U.S. Constitution as a standard; how could they police other Constitutional Boundaries?

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