Complying with a law that is fully implemented and in effect compared with delaying partial implementation of a new law is two different things.<quoted text>As far as YOUR claim he must follow the law then why is he being sued for NOT following his own law for Obamacare? Ha ha ha, typical liberal double talk. Keep selling but nobody is buying!
Name a single successful lawsuit in American history that is of close precedent to what they are proposing?
If not, I call this suit by Boehner just more right wing Birther-ism. I get to call bullshit. The lawsuit will almost certainly fail, and should fail, for lack of congressional standing."
Boehner's lawsuit demands that the unpopular mandate be enforced, while Obama argues that he should have the flexibility to delay it.
Merely because Obama waived or extended some deadline in implementation of a new law does not mean he has done something illegal. The Constitution calls on the president to make sure that the laws are "faithfully executed." Within “faithfully executing” and implementing a new law it is within his rights as President to implement it in a realistic manner even if that includes a delay.
Anybody can sue anybody over anything including a ham sandwich. Being successful is a whole different matter.
You just go hide and watch what happens.