The esteemed Rivkin and Foley make a case for Boehner’s lawsuit against Obama.
While compelling and well-reasoned, the flaw is exposed in the last sentence:
“The problem will be cured once the judiciary declares unconstitutional the president’s unilateral suspension (of the law’s provisions) and vacates the executive branch measures through which these suspensions were affected.”
Doesn’t that require an impartial judiciary?
What are the odds of that, in this highly charged political atmosphere?
No better than 50-50.