Texas Gov: SCOTUS to Decide if Obama can Write Laws, Completely Stripping the Constitution and Congress of Authority

Texas Gov: SCOTUS to Decide if Obama can Write Laws, Completely Stripping the Constitution and Congress of Authority

Liberal court decisions are also imposed by preventing selected cases from being presented before the court. With the death of Justice Scalia, court ideology is evenly split, and justice is therefore less likely to be determined, and partisan mandates will instead be memorialized.

One pending case before the court is a challenge to Obama’s outrageous and unconstitutional decision to issue an executive order to ignore the immigration laws of this country, and to prohibit the border patrol and the immigration department from enforcing the law and deporting illegal aliens according to the law.

Obama dreams of adding somewhere between eleven and twenty five million voters to the Democrat roles by nationalizing these illegal immigrants, and he has been willing to flout any law or precedent to make that happen. And while this is a very big issue and could change the entire landscape of the country, Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott indicates that the consequences will be much larger if Obama’s wilful lawlessness is allowed to stand.

See Gov. Abbott’s arguments against Obama’s actions, page 2:

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