No, he has been appointing 'Czars', somewhere between 16 -21 of them now.
Each one has as much or more power than Cabinet members and no accountability to anyone except Barack Hussein Obama; none with any sort of Congressional approval or oversight.
President Obama’s “czar strategy” is an unprecedented power grab centralizing authority in the White House, outside congressional oversight.
The power of the president increases as that of Congress decreases.
Are you paying attention yet?
Czars So Far:
.Afghanistan-Pakistan Czar: Richard Holbrooke
.Border Czar: Alan Bersin
.Car CZar: Steven Rattner
.Cyber Security Czar: to be named
.Drug Czar: Gil Kerlikowske
.Economic CZar: Larry Summers
.Energy/Climate Czar: Carol Browner
.Faith-Based Czar: Joshua DuBois
.Great Lakes Cleanup Czar: Cameron Davis
.Guantanamo Closure Czar: Daniel Fried
.Health Reform Czar: Nancy-Ann DePArle
.Infotech Czar: Vivek Kundra
.Iran/Persian Gulf/DW Asia Czar: Dennis Ross
.Middle East Czar: George Mitchell
.Non-proliferation Czar: Gary Samore
.Pay Czar: Kenneth Feinberg
.Regulatory Czar: Cass Sunstein
.Stimulus Accountability Czar: Earl Devaney
.Sudan Czar: J. Scott Gration
.TARP/Bailout Czar: Herb Allison
.Terrorism/WMD Czar: to be named
.Urban Czar: Adolfo Carrion
Wondering how the Czars were chosen?
Here's a clue:
Steve Rattner, Auto Czar – $61,150
Ken Feinberg, Pay Czar – $23,800
Alan Bersin, Border Czar – $30,800
Cass Sunstein, Regulatory Czar – $9,500
Todd Stern, Climate Czar – $7,600
Carol Browner, Energy Czar – $5,600
Richard Holbrooke, AfPak Czar – $4,600
J Scott Gration, Sudan Czar – $2,700
Vivek Kundra, Infotech Czar – $4,300
Herb Allison, TARP Czar – $2,300
Ron Bloom, Auto Task Force Czar - $2,300