That is their job though. They are supposed to represent their constituency and it the ones who voted them in want that and they don't do it then they have failed. It's called a difference of opinion Legend. If you have only one opinion you can be sure someone's is being suppressed since there is no such thing.
Originally Posted by Legend
He was pretty busy Hassun just not in the Legislature. Here:
Originally Posted by Hassun
The Constitution succinctly defines presidential functions, powers, and responsibilities. The president’s chief duty is to make sure that the laws are faithfully executed, and this duty is performed through an elaborate system of executive agencies that includes cabinet-level departments. Presidents appoint all cabinet heads and most other high-ranking officials of the executive branch of the federal government. They also nominate all judges of the federal judiciary, including the members of the Supreme Court. Their appointments to executive and judicial posts must be approved by a majority of the Senate (one of the two chambers of Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government, the other being the House of Representatives). The Senate usually confirms these appointments, though it occasionally rejects a nominee to whom a majority of members have strong objections. The president is also the commander in chief of the country’s military and has unlimited authority to direct the movements of land, sea, and air forces. The president has the power to make treaties with foreign governments, though the Senate must approve such treaties by a two-thirds majority. Finally, the president has the power to approve or reject (veto) bills passed by Congress, though Congress can override the president’s veto by summoning a two-thirds majority in favour of the measure.The power of veto is one of the least of his duties. His failure to veto several bills did tick people off but the fact still remains he didn't write them or vote for them and trying to pass the buck won't change that.