Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that recess appointments made by the President when Congress is not actually in recess are unconstitutional. That seems obvious enough, so one wonders where the President was getting his legal advice.[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejvyDn1TPr8]
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Probably from Dwayne B.
There have been numerous times when the Obama administration has pursued legal theories that were basically frivolous, and gotten beat as a result by astoundingly unanimous Supreme Court decisions.
Often at what were tactically and strategically bad battlegrounds, like the NLRB – as hundreds if not thousands of cases are now void.
It is a good question where he has gotten that advice, because of the sheer ineptitude of it.
National Review says 12 times in 5 years. h/t Ace:
But it works. Lawlessness should be challenged in every circumstance, but isn’t. Same with “shutuppery.”
I see CB is still trolling you for his content. Hope you’re comfortable with the role of Cabin Boy Muse.
I am not a Muse, and I am not amused.
This… this is why I love you.*
*Cue CB’s comments about Dee’s syncophant comments on your blog