Skip to comments.You cannot rewrite laws to achieve your political agenda
Posted on 07/14/2014 7:57:43 AM PDT by rktman
Within the cases the Supreme Court heard, one had to do with energyand it, too, offered a rebuke.
You likely havent heard about Utility Air Regulatory Group (UARG) v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)and may think you dont care. But with the session over, UARG v. EPA makes clear the Courts trend to trim overreach.
The UARG v. EPA decision came down on June 23. None of the major news networks covered it. Reviews of the 2014 cases, since the end of the session, havent mentioned it either. The decision was mixedwith both sides claiming victory. Looking closely, there is cause for optimism from all who question the presidents authority to rewrite laws.
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They have been trying to rewrite the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics for a few decades now.................
The only instance where you CAN rewrite the law to suit your agenda is if you rewrite all law, including the Constitution... and just transform the whole thing. When society is built on men, not law, this works fine... for those writing the new law. For others, not so much.
What should be the more worrisome for all, is that SCOTUS has ruled against this admin numerous times. O continues to ignore each and every decision so effectively, SCOTUS has no power at all.
My big question is what happens when in January 2016 O refuses to leave the WH and Holder says he has the right to stay????
The Constitution requires separation of legislative and executive powers and forbids their unification as attempted by Obama in a bid to become dictator. Another reason he should be impeached,
Oh yes you can and that’s exactly what hussein is doing.
Sorry, but this is mis-info spin.
You need to look at all 3 SCOTUS decisions on CO2
The 2007 decision still stands: CO2 is a pollutant and EPA regulates with the Clean Air Act.
The 2011 decision still stands: States have no authority, only the federal govt via the EPA.
This 2014 decision is merely about the permitting process: EPA still has the authority to "tailor the regulation" and only those few companies who are not regulated by other parts of the Clean Air Act escape. Every power plant, refinery, cement kiln, and steel mill is covered by the reg.
There will be more lawsuits. This SCOTUS decision covers only the EPA regs from 2010 that deal with new permits. Obama issued the regs on existing permits the 1st of June and eventually lawsuits will be filed against those regs.
Sure, you can rewrite anything you want if you’re The Won and have a magic pen.
This 6 minute video may help even the dullest no/low info morons understand what they have done. (Then again...) With assists from academia, liberal Jews (no, I am NOT an anti-semite but support Israel’s right to exist) and a few others, the 47% no/low info voters hooked on free chit put a MAD MAN in the Spite House! And if you thought the last 6 years were insane, wait until next year!
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