Obama’s best bet to get around Congress? Not doing things.

President Obama can get around Congress to enact change by not doing some things. (Brendan Hoffman)


As Obama goes it alone, it's not what he'll do, but what he won't

President Obama made clear in the State of the Union that he intends to act if Congress doesn't.Since it's pretty much a certainty that an already gridlocked Congress won't do much in an election year, that means a lot of important public policy will be decided by executive orders and administration decisions.But, thanks to the Constitution, the president is limited in how much he can do without Congress' help. On the other hand, Obama has found already that a lot …

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