An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
In January, a unanimous Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit held that the president violated the Constitution by making “recess appointments” when the Senate was not, in fact, in recess.
If you think this is just another one of those dry, lawyerly technicalities, think again. One of the Constitution’s essential checks and balances is the requirement of Senate “advice and consent” for presidential appointments. The Recess Appointments Clause of Article II provides a narrow exception to that requirement: the president can fill executive branch vacancies that occur between Congress’s official sessions.
Last year, President Obama became the first president to make “recess appointments” while the Senate was still in session when he appointed three members of the National Labor Relations Board.
Calling this criminal a ‘president’, insults every man who held that office previously (including Carter), and the Founders risked all! ‘I Pledge to You My Life, My Fortune, My Sacred Honor’! This clown wouldn’t give his life for anything, or anyone, would take your fortune, big or small, and has NO honor!