However, are you denying that you support Obama and in general the massive regulatory state? If you say that you do not support Obama and his massive regulatory state then I will apologize to you.
What say you Redress?
Here is another one, just for ****s and giggles: Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Case stems from events in 2005. First ruling in the case, 2008. How deep you going to dig that hole Misterveritis?
I support no one but myself. Care to try again?However, are you denying that you support Obama and in general the massive regulatory state? If you say that you do not support Obama and his massive regulatory state then I will apologize to you.
What say you Redress?
I want to see how far this ****storm goes.
Edit: If it turns out well, all to the good.
If it turns out as badly as some think, it's a good lesson for the future.
Sometimes I think we're alone. Sometimes I think we're not. In either case, the thought is staggering. ~ R. Buckminster Fuller
You just cannot help yourself can you? Did the worst administration in living history argue in support of the massive regulatory state (and lose) or did they withdraw their claims? You know the answer. Why do you support the growing tyranny?
And you will, no doubt, keep looking for a way to turn this growing tyranny into a positive thing. That is why I believe you support the growing tyranny.
But with Reid's nuclear option the 3 NLRB members have already be re-appointed and confirmed. So you may not see very many companies or whomever challenging the rulings of the NLRB while they were unconstitutionally filling the vacancies as the NLRB can very quickly make the same ruling.
Recess appointments now only become important if the senate is in different hands than the president. If so the pro forma sessions prevents the president from any recess appointment and Reid's nuclear option becomes moot as the party controlling the senate now has at least 51 votes to deny confirmation. Reid's nuclear option applied to all presidential appointments except the SCOTUS and legislation. But the precedence has been set and it is only a matter of time before the nuclear options applies to everything.
I do have a fear once the nuclear option applies to everything you will see very wide swings in legislation and repeal of legislation. All that will be needed is 218 votes in the House, 51 in the senate and a president of the same party. For example thanks to the nuclear option if carried further if somehow the GOP wins the white house in 2016 and the senate to go along with the house, they could repeal the aca with simple majority votes, enact any tax cuts with simple majority votes, slash welfare and programs with simple majority votes, simply repeal all democratic legislation they don't like and then enact their one. Then say in 2020 if the Democrats take back the house, senate and the presidency, they can repeal everything they don't like the republicans just did and enact what ever they want.
It is bound to happen as once a precedence is set, it is free game to one and all.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.