I believe that this falls under 'selective enforcemnt ' of Federal Laws, which is already known to exist.
and ignoring other existing laws that are 'inconvienient'
Without Congressional accountability, or the 'Balance of Power' concept which is inherent in our Constitutional Laws,
this is just another 'over-reach' of inconvienience, which should be overlooked by the powers that be.
In legal terms , it is just more of the same "Arbitrary and Capricious Behavior" for which this administration has not yet been held accountable, or responsible.
We can do something about that, though. At least a start.
Steve Stockman has filed a resolution calling for the arrest of Lois Lerner for contempt of Congress.
My understanding is that if this resolution passes the House, Boehner has no choice but to implement it.
It feels good to jaw about things here, and wallow in how bad things are (I think we all appreciate being with others who recognize what’s going on, so we commiserate together, and I’m not pointing fingers specifically at anybody but rather kind of at all of us, myself included).But this is a call to action. If we really want the lawlessness to stop, then we need to do what it takes to FORCE arrests when this “selective enforcement” happens. Right now John Boehner is doing “selective enforcement” to make sure that Lois Lerner laughs all the way to the bank over the wimpy attempts of Congress to make the rule of law matter.
We can wipe that smile right off Lerner’s face - and right off of BOEHNER’s face - as well as anybody else who may be subpoenaed to testify or provide records for House investigations of Benghazi, NSA-gate, IRS-gate, Extortion 17, Fast & Furious, Bergdahl-gate, Boston Marathon-gate, etc - if we just have the determination and foresight to storm the House’s phone lines, demanding this resolution be passed.
Let’s do it, guys! Let’s not just b!tch. Let’s tell DC we’re sick of the play-games!