Frank Turek writes at Townhall:
If the President is not going to insist that the Constitution must be followed -- including that pesky little clause that bills must be approved by a vote in both houses of Congress -- then he is not fulfilling his oath to "support and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic."
And if Obama doesn't care whether the Constitution's rules for freedom are followed, well, he might be an example of what the Founders had in mind when warning future generations of Americans about "enemies foreign and domestic."
Turek concludes: "To President Obama, the process is not important, only the end result. I have to ask, would the President feel the same way about impeachment?"