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The House voted mostly along party lines Wednesday to authorize suing President Barack Obama, which Republicans called a principled move to rein in an increasingly lawless president and Democrats and the White House dismissed as a taxpayer-financed political stunt.
The resolution adopted 225-201 would authorize a lawsuit against the president over his implementation of the Affordable Care Act, with five Republicans joining all the Democrats in opposition — Paul Broun of Georgia, Steve Stockman of Texas, Scott Garrett of New Jersey, Thomas Massie of Kentucky and Walter B. Jones of North Carolina.
GOP leaders plan to sue over his decision to delay the employer mandate without authorization from Congress.
originally posted by: MOMof3
a reply to: TiedDestructor
What did he do to be persecuted like this? Wanted to get us out of wars, wanted to get us a health system that all can go to? Just please don't answer that because I am done. Stick a fork in the Presidency for good for Republicans.
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: xuenchen
Ya let's sue him over something we kick and scream about not wanting to be implemented in the first time.
Doubt this goes anywhere and is just to stir up the base of elections
What happened to the "importance" of forcing employers to pay for insurance ?