Originally Posted by brewmenn
Yes, the president can change existing laws. But it has become regarded as acceptable that the sitting president has some liberty to decide how laws are enforced, and I'm OK with that.
Uh, not without going through congress. What's the point of congress passing laws, the president signing them in and then the president choosing which parts of the law he will enforce?
I am specifically talking about all the exemptions he has given in regards to the ACA. It's either law, or it's not.