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Discussion: P.L. 112-166, The Presidential Appointment Efficiency and Streamlining Act of 2011 (3 comments ↓ | 13 wiki edits: view article ↓)

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Gary

April 14, 2011, 10:53am (report abuse)

The Obama Administration, which promised more "transparency" but has yet to deliver, is looking for another opportunity to circumvent Congress and make uncontested political appointments that may be against the wishes of the general populace. Where have we seen this before? When Obamacare was forced down our throats behind closed doors, and when the so-called "czars" have been appointed. Please do not support this bill - it is just a vehicle to make it easier for Obama to conduct his backroom under the table dealings, Chicago style!

Ron Paul 2012

May 11, 2011, 9:09am (report abuse)

This is similar to the "Enabling Act of 1933", One of Hitler's main power grabs. The titles even have the same denotation. Bout time to wake up sleeping giant.

Unhandled

July 6, 2011, 2:29am (report abuse)

Great...just what we need, more communists, marxists, socialists, and union thugs running this country and making laws, and We The People are forced to pay them to do it to us.

Paying these people taxes is like kissing your rapist.

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