To sue or not to sue?

Cavuto tears into Michele Bachmann on Boehner’s announcement to sue the executive branch.

Cavuto kept yelling “why not just fix it?…. Rome’s burning and you’re filing.” What “fix it” he was referring to was not clear.

But not until the end of the program does he say the solution is to start “talking” to each other. So Rome is burning and the solution is “start talking to each other”?

Nothing short of impeachment is going to do what the legislative branch is supposed to do. Boehner says Obama has not “faithfully executed the law” but says the suit is not about impeachment.

WH press secretary Josh Earnest projected that it would not “be very warmly received by the American public”

So? What Obama is doing is certainly not very “warmly received” by the public, but that doesn’t curtail his shenanigans.

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President Bambi, Legislator-in-Chief, Suffers Setback on Illegal IRS Rules

A spec of sanity surfaces in DC.

pundit from another planet

king-obama “The  IRS  may not unilaterally expand its authority through such an expansive, atextual, and ahistorical reading of” the law. The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit used these words in a Feb. 11 ruling that struck down an  Obama administration  regulation on tax preparers.

Federal judges should copy this phrase and be ready to paste it into rulings — sometimes replacing “IRS” with “Health and Human Services” — as President Obama continues to act as legislator in chief, making and amending laws as he sees fit, separation of powers be damned.

In the same week Obama illegally delayed the employer mandate and out of thin air created a bizarre loyalty oath to administer to companies suffering from Obamacare, a federal court unanimously smacked down his IRS for executive overreach.

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