Skip to comments.Corker: NLRB, CFPB actions could be invalid (Hussein unconstitutional)
Posted on 01/27/2013 4:43:47 PM PST by Libloather
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), the No. 2 Senate Democrat, said the administration was forced to use recess appointments because of Republican intransigence.
In its frustration, this administration said we were elected to govern, Durbin said. And whether its the National Labor Relations Board or whatever they wanted to put people in place to govern.
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Hundreds shot in Chicago,and everytime it’s not Dicky D.
The court said, "In any event, if some administrative inefficiency results from our construction of the original meaning of the Constitution, that does not empower us to change what the Constitution commands."
Freepers should read and be familiar with this wonderful Constitutional history lesson. Check it out here.
Maybe, DumBO should appoint people to boards that are not anti-American who require intransigence from Republicans.
It evidently does not occur to Sen. Durbin that Obama, seeing that his first choices for the NLRB could not win Senate confirmation, might instead have selected some more fair-minded and less radically pro-union appointees who would have sailed through the confirmation process, or simply left the posts unfilled and the NLRB non-functional, neither of which decisions would have proved unconstitutional.
For today I found 5 shot and 4 dead in different stories and the day isn’t over
I give this a month and Obama’s people will still be there, their regulations will remain in effect, and if it goes to the Supreme Court Roberts will do what Obama tells him to do.
The Marxist is defiant and we’ll have to toss a coin on Roberts.
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