And the flunky who knows jack sh-- about executive branch discretion demonstrates his sheer ignorance again.<quoted text>
Where again is the "I have a pen and a phone" clause in the constitution Woj? Or maybe the clause where he is granted the power to change a law at his discretion over 35 times without the consent of congress? Yeah, he's a constitutional scholar alright. His brilliance really shines through when the TelPrompTer gets turned off. The same one he needed to speak to a class of elementary school students.
“In deciding whether a given agency delay is reasonable, current law tells courts to consider whether expedited action could adversely affect ‘higher or competing’ agency priorities, and whether other interests could be "prejudiced by the delay.’”
"Chief Justice William Rehnquist in a leading case on this subject, Heckler v. Chaney, courts must respect an agency's presumptively superior grasp of "the many variables involved in the proper ordering of its priorities." Chief Justice Rehnquist suggested that courts could lose their deference to Executive Branch judgment if an "agency has consciously and expressly adopted a general policy that is so extreme as to amount to an abdication of its statutory responsibilities." The Obama Administration has not and is not about to abdicate its responsibility to implement the statute on whose success his historical legacy will most centrally depend."
A Columbia professor said he was brilliant, some of his fellow students said he participated well in academic discussions. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law, and was a lecturer in Constitutional Law at U Chicago. But a flunky from the Midwest has decided that he is average until he sees his grades. The old birfoon "I'm right until I get the particular poof I want." Pathetic.