And you're awful quiet on FDR creating all of these special departments that made gov't bigger, and with little power to duo much (back then, but they're causing problems today). Those departments were not included in the Constitution, and are unwarranted, and unnecessary, but to help the gov't grow bigger.All politicians shit on the Constitution and try and twist it to fit their personal beliefs or agenda. Both political parties also act like babies when they don't get their way.
Case in point: When former Republican Governor Scott Walker lost his reelection bid in 2018, the Republican-controlled state legislature was called in for a special session. At that session, the Republicans who controlled our state government- with Scott Walker's blessing, passed several hastily written laws that significantly restricted the new Democrat Governor and State Attorney General's power. They lost the election-so they tried to rewrite our laws- changing them so that a significant amount of power was shifted from the governor and attorney general to the Republican-controlled legislature.
Republicans in Congress are mostly turning a blind eye at the power grab that Trump is making when he feels that it is within his authority to reallocate funds to pay for his border wall. A border wall that Congress specifically chose not to fund. Our Constitution is clear- Congress has the power of the purse... not the president. Allowing the president to reallocate funds to whatever he wants demonstrates a significant shift of power under the Constitution- not one that our founders ever intended. Worse, it sets a dangerous precedent for the future. Will you be okay with a Democrat president who takes money from FEMA to fund an element of Obamacare that Congress specifically chose not to fund?
Lastly, I'm interested in your statement that claims that I've lied about the president. Can you provide a specific example of me lying about Trump?
Honestly I'm more worried about a Democrat coming into office to take away my guns, by making the 2nd amendment disappear, as has already been reported on earlier this year.
The only problem with that line of thinking is that FEMA is broke, and so is Obamacare.