Tough Times for Former Professor of Constitutional Law!
By John W. Lillpop
Last week, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Barack Obama acted unconstitutionally when he appointed three commissioners to the National Labor Relations Board without securing the required approval of the US Senate.
Obama’s parsing of the word “recess” simply did not pass the Supreme smell taste and the President was handed another embarrassing defeat.
Barack’s awful luck, and even worse judgment regarding constitutional law, carried over to June 30 when the SCOTUS ruled 5-4 against the birth control mandate in Obamacare, as pertains to the rights of closely-held corporations to use religious grounds as a basis for objecting to new requirements.
The June 30 ruling is seen as a significant blow to Obama’s signature achievement, the Affordable Care Act, AKA Obamacare, since said blow may open the flood gates to other legal challenges to the hugely unpopular law.
It also calls into question Obama’s resume as a learned professor of Constitutional law.
Best of all, the ruling represents a powerful starting point in reversing “The Obama Transformation of America,” One SCOTUS ruling at a time!”