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White House: Republicans Suing Obama ‘For Doing His Job’

by Susan Jones, CNS News:

“The fact that they (Republicans) are considering a taxpayer-funded lawsuit against the president of the United States for doing his job, I think, is the kind of step that most Americans wouldn’t support,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters on Wednesday.

He spoke a few hours after House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced that Republicans will sue the president for exceeding his executive authority and for failing to faithfully execute the law of the land.

“You know, the Constitution makes it clear that a president’s job is to faithfully execute the laws,” Boehner told a news conference on Wednesday. “In my view, the president has not faithfully executed the laws. We have a system of government outlined in our Constitution with the Executive Branch, the Legislative branch and the Judicial branch.

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2 comments to White House: Republicans Suing Obama ‘For Doing His Job’

  • Jim

    smoke and mirrors! that is the USA – just lies and more war mongering propaganda…there is no gov’t to really protect citizens.
    U r the evil empire yanks…

    …got a plan, eh? Thought so, the TV calls you home for more sadistic indoctrinations.

  • rich

    “Not Truly Well Off”: Bill Clinton Was Paid $105 Million For 542 Speeches Since 2001

    Who paid?

    Although slightly more than half of his appearances were in the United States, the majority of his speaking income, $56.3 million, came from foreign speeches, many of them in China, Japan, Canada and the United Kingdom, the Post review found.

    The financial industry has been Clinton’s most frequent sponsor. The Post review showed that Wall Street banks and other financial services firms have hired Clinton for at least 102 appearances and paid him a total of $19.6 million.


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