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Politics - politics, campaign 2012, Washington, D.C., President Obama, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney - latimes.com - latimes.com

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Supreme Court agrees to decide recess-appointments issue
June 24, 2013, 6:43 a.m.
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal from the Obama administration and decide whether the president may make temporary “recess appointments” to federal offices when the Senate takes a short break during the year.
The case is to be heard in the fall, and it is likely to yield an important decision on the constitutional powers of the president to execute the duties of his office in the face of Senate opposition. It could also have an effect on President Obama’s final years in the White House.
Senate Republicans are in the minority, but they have succeeded in blocking confirmation of Obama’s nominees to several agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The Republicans have used the filibuster rule to prevent votes on the Senate floor.
In response, Obama invoked an old but disputed power of the chief executive. He named appointees to those agencies when the Senate was on a three-week break in January 2012. He did so under a clause in the Constitution that says “the President shall have the power to fill up all vacancies that may happen during the Recess of the Senate.”
But some businesses that objected to Obama’s appointees to the labor board sued, arguing that the president had overstepped his authority.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia agreed and ruled that Obama’s recess appointments were unconstitutional because they came during a brief break in a Senate session. Judge David Sentelle said the president’s recess appointment power is limited to the period when the Senate has formally ended a two-year session and not begun the next session.
U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli appealed and said that ruling, unless reversed, would dramatically limit the chief executive’s power to make emergency appointments.
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal from the Obama administration and decide whether the president may make temporary “recess appointments” to federal offices when the Senate takes a short break during the year.
COMMENY:
We Americans with individual rights have become totally self centered. In old days we used to differed on many issues and argued to agree to a certain point for the better interest of the nation and development of the country. But now we argue to disagree........
To shorten a long story, I must mention since the entry of the drag addict and now a wanted genocide criminal into oval office as the President of US things drastically changed with the introduction of criminals like many cabinet ministers and advisers simply not only looting the nation’s treasury but devastated the century old created administrative system.  These puppies broke all rules and regulations of running the state affairs. Took the country to that state  when the poodle's Leader PM of Israel declared that "WE JEWS CONTROL AMERICA" pulling down the position of US equal to the bloody kicked out poodle of Germany and EU countries.
And we find these puddles continuously obstruct development projects placed by Democratic Party to stop all development and not only that have started to conspire against the American middle class and poor those whose tax paid money given as grant to the poodles made the terrorist state of Israel as the world's forth military power. The same poodles obstruct the development of US, and conspire to eliminate Americans from the surface of the earth. Now they obstruct President's nominees for essential posts to run the country.
 
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