The Constitution of the United States was written to protect individuals' inalienable rights and clearly dilineate the role of the federal government in protecting those rights. Additionally, three branches were appropriated in order to guarantee a separation of powers in order to protect the union from tyranny and opression. Executive order should never be allowed in any situation where it's being applied to modify any aspect of the Constitution, including the Bill of Rights, or any of the other 27 Amendments. The Constitution already has an established process to amend its content, including a process to protect the people from unilateral action.At this time, 22000+ signatures needed. I'm sure this will get all the consideration all those other White House Petitions did...
Created: Jan 09, 2013
Thursday, January 10, 2013
WH Petition re: Executive Orders & The Constitution
Executive Order shall not be used to add, modify, interpret, or circumvent the Constitution and its separation of powers | We the People: Your Voice in Our Government