It's true. A Senator from Wyoming, more than likely elected with less than three-hundred thousand votes has more and veto power than the President of the United States was granted in the US Constitution. I don't want to just pick on the least populated state in the union, because this is true of every individual senator. This power-grab was done without a coup and has a name, the filibuster.
A single senator, without identifying him or herself, can block legislation dead in it's tracks. That is a diabolically convient power that has never been granted to the President of the United States. He can only veto bills that have been enacted. Imagine if he had the power to block congress from even considering things that might become a bill, like the filibuster bestows on senators.
The filibuster is not a constitutional right, but it has more power than our US Constitution. If the president vetoes a bill, that veto can be over-ridden. Perhaps we should amend the constitution to give him the power to block which can not be over-ridden, at least not in the senate and this blocker can keep his identity secret. Maybe us citizens should just demand the unconstitutional filibuster be abolished totally!