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The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016
If the House chooses to file a lawsuit against President Obama, it will face what may prove to be an insurmountable hurdle in establishing standing. To be sure, President Obama has expanded executive power at the expense of the separation of powers that the Founders so carefully devised in the Constitution, but while the merits of any lawsuit against President Obama for abusive unilateral actions may seem clear, the issue of congressional standing is anything but that.
The House will have to demonstrate to a court’s satisfaction that as an institution, it has been personally harmed by President Obama’s actions, which have effectively nullified the votes of its members, leaving it little recourse to rectify this injustice without court intervention. Such a lawsuit would require the courts to police the limits of the political branches’ powers, and overcoming the natural reluctance of courts to get involved in disputes that have political overtones involving the other branches of government will not be easy.
Boehner v. Obama: Forcing the President to Comply with the Law
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The rest of your post is just more rhetoric because whether the Dems or GOP is running things is irrelevent as BOTH are for BIG government for their pet projects and BOTH are corrupt as hell. But then we know you love corruption as long as it is YOUR guys that are in charge and corrupt.