"We have met the enemy and they are ours..." -- Oliver Hazard Perry
"I don't want a piece of you... I want the whole thing!" -- Bob Barker
Only in the warped mind of a conservative like you hiding behind a libertarian label would think that not calling Obama a dictator is defending him. I've criticized Obama and have called him a horrible president but a dictator he is not. Try again slick your old and tired rhetoric is getting boring.
BTW, I'm the libertarian - you're not!
You keep on siding with government over and over again - supporting big government ****s like Obama and his epic bull**** games he plays that he believes no one understands because the media doesn't report half the **** he does that makes him look like the tyrannical **** he is...
Obama: Fewest Executive Orders in Over 100 Years -- Daily Intelligencer
And about those nominations:
This extraordinary decision would have nullified decades of NLRB appointments. President Carter made the first recess appointment in 1980, when Republicans filibustered his nomination. Since then, five presidents have made 26 NLRB recess appointments. Only 3 of these appointments -- 1 by Bush I, 2 by Clinton – would be valid under the Noel Canning ruling. Twenty of the other 23 recess appointments were “intrasession appointments,” while the remaining 3 were intersession appointments to positions that became vacant prior to the recess in which the appointment was made. George W. Bush made the most NLRB recess appointments, 7, none of which were constitutional, according to the DC Circuit.
Read more: NLRB isn't dead yet, but GOP trying to kill it | TheHill
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So, I'm not seeing the comparison. Care to explain using facts rather than emotion? TIA