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Do the literal flood of Presidential executive orders since Lincolon serve as evidence toward the government being colorable and running on the law of necessity since 1861 congressional reconvenment by Lincolon?

Asked by StrYdeR (30points) December 15th, 2012

Before Lincolon no President used more than 1 or 2 at the most all of which used correctly. Then enters Lincolon. His first year even he laid down s huge amount a trend that has continued to increase right up to present day. Something changed and it was not just the civil war. Discuss.

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janbb's avatar

Are you a native English speaker? Your question could be clearer.

Imadethisupwithnoforethought's avatar

Executive orders prior to Lincoln were mostly non-public and only sent to the impacted agency. There has not been a flood since him. You are actually witnessing Lincoln opening the process to public review.

mazingerz88's avatar

Well…yeah. : )

bolwerk's avatar

Probably…the federal government was less important before Lincoln? Nothing hard to fathom about that.

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