Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum said Mr. Obama was exceeding his authority.
“Going out and saying ‘I’m going to change the law on welfare,’ ‘I’m going to eliminate the work requirement,’ something that we fought for, President Clinton signed … probably the single-greatest accomplishment social welfare-wise in the last 20 years and President Obama gets up and says, ‘Nope, I’m going to change the law’ by speaking,” Mr. Santorum told ABC News. “This sounds like a two-bit dictator, not a president of the United States.”
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