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Old 02-15-2019, 02:47 PM
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Default Re: 'Dangerous.' 'Abuse.' 'Lawless': Bipartisan attack on Trump national emergency de

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Originally Posted by AZRWinger View Post
Reviewing the list of currently active emergency declarations shows concerns for security situations in several African nations, Iran and Nicaragua. The security of far away nations is something to be addressed by emergency declarations but not the US border security situation.

https://www.pri.org/stories/2019-01-...res-what-means

When Obama blatantly invaded the Senate's authority to set its own rules by making recess appointments when they were in session Democrats cheered him for his boldness. When Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi undermined regular order to pass Obamacare on a party line vote it was called progress. But if Trump uses the same authority other Presidents have used to declare a national emergency it undermines our Republic.

https://www.pri.org/stories/2019-01-...res-what-means
those are executive orders are not national emergencies. only 58 have been declared. and they were real emergencies. this is a campaign ad and money grab.
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