Being king is soooooo much easier. Kings give orders, and then people follow them. There is no messy legislative branch that must first pass a law, that the President would have to give his OK to, and then enforce. He would not have to worry about if a thing he wants to do is constitutional. The King says what is constitutional, because he changes what the constitution says at his whim.
I submit the following as proof
On June 15, 2012 Obama announced that his administration would no longer pursue deportation of “the children” of illegal aliens as long as they weren’t criminals and came to this country before age 16. Those children can be as old as 30 and there is no mechanism to check when they came to America. So in effect this is an amnesty program. Making this declaration even more egregious is the fact that just a year earlier, while addressing a Univision town hall, Obama said he specifically did not have the authority to do what he is now doing.
On April 2, 2012, Obama was very concerned that the Supreme Court would rule his signature piece of legislation, ObamaCare, unconstitutional. So he made a public statement that it
“……would be an unprecedented extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress”
That of course is crap. It passed by 7 votes in the House, and parliamentary procedures were misused to pass by a single vote in the Senate. Not one Republican voted for it. Then, of course, there the 200 plus year president of the Supreme Court hearing arguments on legislation and then, yes, maybe overturning them. Obama knows all about Marbury vs. Madison, which established that president. Obama used to lecture on constitutional law. So either he thinks he is king and is above Supreme Court oversight, or he really sucked as a lecturer.