Read your history books and learn a thing or two. There is a REASON why the Constitution was formulated the way it was...so that NO ONE branch of government was able to exercise complete rule over the other and that all could hold the others in a checks and balances system.
It says NOTHING about the current Presidents status as to citizenship, nothing about the current bailout and who gets that money (why no drama when Pres. Bush poured 500B down a black hole?).
While I agree with you on the first part, I have to take exception to the area where you start to take George Bush to task. For there is a difference between what Barack and the Democratically led Congress just did (to the tune of $787 billion), and what Bush did with the $500 billion.
In Bush's case, we brought freedom, civil rights, and great hope and renewed confidence in their place in history, to a people that didn't have any for most of the last 500 years. Had it cost another $500 million to bring that to them, it would have been worth the cost.
Barack Obama, on the other hand, has given us a great many sound bites, a decidedly liberally oriented social and financial agenda, and a myriad of "future' plans that he 'hopes' will work.
In alot of ways, we're starting to see similarities between what George Bush did in his "country building" exercises and the hope he held forth for nations like Iraq and Afghanistan, and the 'hope' that Barack brings to us in the form of economic stimulus and societal change.
Both had a vision and a dream. Yet both have approached their dreams differently.
Ones dream has had mixed reviews, depending on which side of the ideological divide one finds oneself on - while for the other - the jury is still out.
In short: Let's not give victory to the new President until such time as he is truly victorious, and the naysayers on both sides have been quieted. Okay?