Never let it be said that House Republicans don't have their priorities in order.
The "Stop This Overreaching Presidency (STOP)" measure, introduced by Rep. Tom Rice (S.C.), now has 104 co-sponsors, including Senate GOP hopeful Reps. Jack Kingston (Ga.), James Lankford (Okla.), Steve Stockman (Texas), Paul Broun (Ga.), Steve Daines (Mont.) and Phil Gingrey (Ga.).
The fact that that sentence can exist—or rather, that America in its infinite wisdom has decided to group all of those people in a room and have them decide
things—will be pointed to in future history books as the Before Times, the time when things began to go horribly wrong. Those history books will be written on the side of decaying buildings in large letters scratched out with rocks, and going to school will consist of visiting the various buildings and reading them. Your homework today will be to read the north wall of the building at the corner of Bush Street and Jesus Boulevard, your teacher will say, and you will have to fight off roving gangs of feral ex-hedge fund managers in order to get there.
In an interview with The Hill, Rice explained that STOP resolution is aimed at reversing Obama's delay of the employer mandate, enactment of the DREAM Act, extension of "substandard" health insurance plans and ending work requirements for welfare.
Remember when delaying Obamacare for even a little bit was worth shutting the entire federal government down? Good times, good times. And if Obama had done it they would have impeached him on the spot.