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Tell Obama: No Cybersecurity Executive Order!

After Senate Republicans blocked Harry Reid's Cybersecurity Legislation, the White House suggested an Executive Order may be written to accomplish what the bill would have.

After Senate Republicans blocked the Lieberman-Collins Cyber-security Bill -- which failed 52-46 -- the White House suggested they may act independently of Congress to grant government the power anyways.

White House mouthpiece Jay Carney said, "the President is determined to do absolutely everything we can to better protect our nation against today’s cyber threats and we will do that."

Barack Obama must not issue another unconstitutional Executive Order. 

However, it is likely that he will. (see: The Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative)

TAKE ACTION WITH CONSERVATIVE ACTION ALERTS AND SEND MESSAGES TO BARACK OBAMA, DEMANDING THAT HE NOT BYPASS CONGRESS ON CYBER SECURITY VIA EXECUTIVE ORDER!

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