•Violating the rules of the U.S. House.
•Inappropriately handing out the legislative powers of Congress.
•Upending the legislative process
•Usurping the powers reserved to the states in the U.S. Constitution.
These are not accusations or charges stemming from actions by Congress and the White House, instead, these are accomplishments of Congress and the White House in members’ purpose-driven plan to open the U.S. military to openly practicing homosexuals, lesbians and those with other alternative sexual lifestyles.
That’s according to constitutional expert Herbert W. Titus, of counsel to the Vienna, Va., law firm of William J. Olson, P.C., and teacher of constitutional law for almost three decades at a number of American Bar Association-approved universities.
But perhaps there shouldn’t be any surprise, according to critics, as Barack Obama has advocated that the nation should move beyond the “constraints” of the founding document.