/ˌkævəˈlɪər, ˈkævəˌlɪər/ Show Spelled[kav-uh-leer, kav-uh-leer] -adjective
haughty, disdainful, or supercilious: an arrogant and cavalier attitude toward others.
In terms of the president’s relationship with Congress in 2012 — the state of
the debate, if you will — the president is no longer tied to Washington, D.C.,”
spokesman Josh Earnest said in a news briefing in Honolulu
Oh, how true. The President can sign executive orders from Honolulu, or Chicago, and he intends to do so. Note how the references are not just to the Republicans, or to the House of Representatives, but to Congress. Obama has moved beyond merely being tempted to do things on his own ; he has given up all pretense of not having dictatorial ambitions.
/n. ˈkɒŋgrɪs; v. kənˈgrɛs, kəŋ-/ Show Spelled[n. kong-gris; v. kuhn-gres, kuhng-]
a formal meeting or assembly of representatives for the discussion, arrangement, or promotion of some matter of common interest.
The “representatives” above, when used in the context of the “Congress” of the United States of America, the supreme law-making body of the land, refers to representatives of ……The People, the SOVEREIGN PEOPLE. It would behoove the Congress of the United States, established in the very first and foremost Article of the United States Constitution, sooner rather than later, to take up once more the mantle of authority given it by “We the People”, who first met “In Congress” in the 1770’s and who established, ordained and ratified said Constitution a scant dozen years later. Advice on doing so may be had elsewhere in this forum by consulting the article entitled “Wheel and Turn: A Guaranteed GOP Offensive Strategy”, by the Right Honorable Vassar Bushmills. Barack Obama may not get done all he wants to do, but he does not lie about what he wants to do, and intends to do. Disbelieve him at your peril.
Earnest said that now that Obama was “sort of free from having to put out these
fires, the president will have a larger playing field, as it were. And if that
playing field includes working with Congress, all the better. But I think my
point is that that’s no longer a requirement.”
|2.||a tyrant; autocrat|
IT’S GOOD TO BE the KING!