Obama signed an Omnibus defense budget bill. Do know what that is, Fenton?
Omnibus bill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As a courtesy to congress, all presidents since James Monroe have used signing statements instead of vetoing an entire bill because of one paragraph and negating all the hard work that congress put into the rest of the bill. The president writes a signing statement on why a statute or paragraph in the law is unconstitutional and how or if he intends to execute the law to help make it constitutional and if it can't be then he has the authority to ignore it if he needs to because he took an oath to faithfully uphold the constitution. When in doubt about a law its always best to side with the Constitution.