The media is now setting the table for, and even advocating for Progressives and Obama to 'bypass' Congress to enact legislation unilaterally, the way a dictator in a 3rd world country would do. 'We Can't Wait' is nothing short of an attempted bloodless coup. It is Sedition. It is grounds for the People to take drastic measures, and call on those further down the chain of authority to remove these people, in order to get a runaway government under control.
If the President and Progressives across the nation adopt these jaw-dropping violations of one of the most basic tenants in Constitutional process, then fast-track challenges to the Supreme Court would be needed to stop them. If that failed, it is my belief that it would be the duty, right, and obligation for those in our chain of Constitutional authority, who have sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution, to take action in order to regain control of this rogue government.
When President Obama proudly promises to circumvent Congress, he is removing The People from the process. If Congress is ignored, it is the same as silencing The People. Elected officials take an oath, swearing to defend and uphold the Constitution. With this promise comes the commitment to defend and represent The People. When the President declares that he will "bypass Congress", he declares also that he will serve himself! When one branch of our government oversteps it's limited powers, it is the sworn duty of the other two branches to rein it in. The Senate and the Supreme Court have this power, and they must exercise it!
If they refuse to act, and if the balance of powers rests solely in the hands of one branch, unchecked, it is then the right and duty of the American people to regain control of this out of control government. The Federal government serves at the pleasure of the People. We the People of the United States, as decreed by God, will never serve at the pleasure of the government.
"In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger. I do not shrink from this responsibility. I welcome it." ~ John F. Kennedy