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Old 04-19-2016, 07:58 AM
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Default Re: U.S. top court appears unlikely to revive Obama immigration plan

I predict the girls club will follow the in violate Constitutional principle of give Obama what he wants. Bader Ginsberg and the wise Latina will vote to allow the President to rewrite the law to protect "law abiding" illegal aliens. Kagan as always will do as she is told by the Obama administration. It will be interesting to see if Roberts concocts another so-called statutory interpretation allowing President Obama to rule by decree when Congress doesn’t please him.

A 4-4 split would allow the lower court ruling to stand but it would also lend credibility to President's rewriting laws without Congress. Obama can simply issue a flood of executive decrees bypassing Congress with a 50/50 chance that the SCOTUS ruling on them would be packed with Left wing activist justices.
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