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U.S. President Barack Obama hosts a bipartisan meeting with Congressional leaders in the Roosevelt Room of White House to discuss the economy, November 16, 2012. Left of President Obama is Speaker of the House John Boehner.                             REU
Ginormous news from House Speaker GOP Conference Puppet John Boehner: He's going to sue President Obama. Why? Because, quoting from his weekly press conference carried on C-SPAN:
I believe the president is not faithfully executing the laws of our country.
Whoa! Obama is Lawbreaker-in-Chief, eh? Well, if that's the case, why not impeach the lawless renegade? Boehner didn't really have an answer for that, leaving his comments on impeachment to this:
This is not about impeachment. This is about his faithfully executing the laws of this country.
Hmm. Okay, so it's not about impeachment, it's just about whether or not President Obama is following the oath he took when he was sworn in as president, which is exactly the kind of argument Boehner needs to make if he wants to convince tea partier congressmen that impeachment shouldn't be on the table. Haha, who am I kidding. Might as well set the impeachment countdown clocks now.

Of course, there is one little detail that remains unresolved. What, specifically, will Boehner's lawsuit be about? To try to get an answer to that question, a reporter asked:

What specific executive actions are you planning to challenge in court?
Boehner's answer:
When I make that decision, I'll let you know.
Ah. So he's decided to sue the lawbreaker Obama. But he hasn't decided yet what laws Obama has broken. Obviously, it's because there are so freaking many.

Stay tuned.

Originally posted to The Jed Report on Wed Jun 25, 2014 at 09:25 AM PDT.

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