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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of Burleson 2 (elected 69 days ago)

Founder: The Chancellor by Chance of Conservative Idealism

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Chancellor Conservative Idealism
President Burleson 2

Ministers The Constitutional Land of Freedom (Measure), Kennedius (Mediation), and Minerva in IRU (Military)
Senators Akali Flats, Magikartopia, Castle Crashers, Poptropia, and Jadentopia


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31.The United States of MURICA the GreatCompulsory Consumerist State“Woooooooooooooooo Merica USA USA USA Ronald Reagan”
32.The Republic of Minerva in IRUCapitalizt“Land of the Rising Atoll”
33.The Constitutional Land of The Constitutional Land of FreedomCapitalist Paradise“Minimal government, maximal freedom”
34.The Grounds of life of ManBraCapitalizt“Whatever, Let's keep going.”
35.The Armed Republic of KennediusWA MemberRight-wing Utopia“With us or against us”
36.The Chancellor by Chance of Conservative IdealismCapitalizt“Government as a partner, not a ruler.”
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The Armed Republic of Poptropia wrote:*Stands up and says "Attention Speaker!"* Then says "I have a bill to propose sir!"
The Speaker replies, "Let me hear it Senator!"
Ok being serious now I have a bill to propose which is the President being allowed to use executive actions here is the bill written out:

Executive Actions Bill:
Draft
Preamble: Whereas the IRU President may have a great idea but is completely shunned by the Legislative Branch or they just ignore the President he/she would need to pass the bill way without the legislative branch shutting it down.
Article 1:
Section 1-
The President will be allowed to pass any bill without consent of the House or the Senate only when it is absolutely necessary.
Section 2- The bill will have to follow the Constitution and the Charters of Liberty.
Article 2:
Section 1-
The Minister of Measure will bear the responsibility of making sure the bill does not defy the Constitution and/or the Charters of Liberty.
Section 2- Congress will be allowed to override the executive action by 2/3 majority vote.
Article 3:
Section 1- If this bill is passed it will be in effect on the 4th of March at 1300.

Who would decide when it's "absolutely necessary"? Besides, this would give too much power to the president.

Conservative Idealism

Wouldn't that just give the president as much power as he wants? Didn't you just call me Fascist for not wanting term limits?

The Republic of Burleson 2 wrote:Who would decide when it's "absolutely necessary"? Besides, this would give too much power to the president.

What I meant by "absolutely necessary" was the President would only use it when he/she really needed a bill to be passed for the good of the region. Also I forgot to put in the bill that the President can only use it twice. And it wouldn't give too much power to the President because the Minister of Measure would have to approve it and 2/3 of Congress could override the executive action.

The Conservative Utopia of Jadentopia wrote:Wouldn't that just give the president as much power as he wants? Didn't you just call me Fascist for not wanting term limits?

I never called you fascist. And please read this:

The Armed Republic of Poptropia wrote:What I meant by "absolutely necessary" was the President would only use it when he/she really needed a bill to be passed for the good of the region. Also I forgot to put in the bill that the President can only use it twice. And it wouldn't give too much power to the President because the Minister of Measure would have to approve it and 2/3 of Congress could override the executive action.

I just finished watching Netanyahu speak to Congress... I was moved from what he said and I agree 110% with what he said. He's the Ronald Reagan of Israel, he truly cares about his country unlike Obama. America needs to stand with Israel and disarm Iran's nuclear bombs and the only person holding us back is the unqualified "President" Obama. We do not need another Holocaust.

Conservative Idealism, Jadentopia, and Burleson 2

Pop, it sounds like you're insulting our intelligence here. You - a Presidential candidate - have proposed legislation that would grant the position you seek the power to act almost unilaterally (executive orders, for all intents and purposes), all because you think that whoever is President would know the business of the legislature better than the Senate or House? I shouldn't need to explain the unfortunate implications of such a proposal, and to be honest I'm kind of worried...

Jadentopia and Burleson 2

The Armed Republic of Poptropia wrote:I never called you fascist. And please read this:

You didn't call me fascist on here, but I clearly recall you calling me a fascist over a Skype call. If the president can only use it twice and it must be approved by the minister of measure, why not just ask Congress what they think of a bill, rather than just forcing it, if Congress wants the bill they can just pass it themselves rather than going through the trouble to call a vote to veto it. Also, the President APPOINTS THEIR OWN MINISTERS, so the president could just appoint someone who they knew would approve it.

Burleson 2

President Obama thinks that his executive actions are for the good of the country, and so do many other. The same can be said for the other side. Will we need a committee to decide what's good and what's bad? 1984 anyone?

Conservative Idealism

The Chancellor by Chance of Conservative Idealism wrote:Pop, it sounds like you're insulting our intelligence here. You - a Presidential candidate - have proposed legislation that would grant the position you seek the power to act almost unilaterally (executive orders, for all intents and purposes), all because you think that whoever is President would know the business of the legislature better than the Senate or House? I shouldn't need to explain the unfortunate implications of such a proposal, and to be honest I'm kind of worried...

The Conservative Utopia of Jadentopia wrote:You didn't call me fascist on here, but I clearly recall you calling me a fascist over a Skype call. If the president can only use it twice and it must be approved by the minister of measure, why not just ask Congress what they think of a bill, rather than just forcing it, if Congress wants the bill they can just pass it themselves rather than going through the trouble to call a vote to veto it. Also, the President APPOINTS THEIR OWN MINISTERS, so the president could just appoint someone who they knew would approve it.

Exactly. The last thing we need is a single branch with that much power. Especially with the power to essentially tell the Legislature to f*** themselves.

Jadentopia

This move would simply be an affront to Democracy.

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