Good grief Pit, toughen up. A bit of sarcasm and you seem to get a bunch of sand in your vag.
While Bam Bam has certainly been aggressive in his bid to "fundamentally transform the United States of America", he's hardly the first to be at odds with the constitution. Politicians from both sides of the aisle have viewed to constitution as somewhat of a pseudo enemy. I give you GWB as a prime recent example. It's natural for the president to view the constitution as a limiting document that constrains the powers of the president, I mean, that's what it's supposed to do, and most of the time it pisses them off.
Personally, I think it's ridiculous to put a lions share of blame on Obama for the creep of the federal government government. This shit is hardly new. The federal government has been slowly and intentionally increasing it's power and authority over the states since forever. Federalism is breathing it's last breath at the hands of a long line of presidents, not just Obama.
I think that the United States is far more corporatist(fascist) than capitalist. The United States hasn't had real free market capitalism in quite a while. If you want to fix the problems we have with corporations, we need to first fix the problems we have with our federal government.
Was that pleasant enough for you?