President Obama’s growing use of executive power to change laws by decree is “profoundly dangerous,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) told radio host Mark Levin last night.
Mark Levin: “Are you concerned about this growing use of executive power to change a statute, to decide waivers and delays and you’re going to allow this group and allow that group?”
Sen. Ted Cruz: “It is one of the most profoundly troubling aspects of the Obama administration, is the degree to which this is a lawless administration. Looking at the president’s speech today, where he simply says, “Okay, these parts of the law, we’re not going to enforce.”
“Article Two of the Constitution puts a responsibility on the president to ‘take care that the law be faithfully executed.'”