Recently, the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, little Johnny Boehner, proclaimed that, "Every member of Congress swore an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. So did President Obama. But too often over the past five years, the president has circumvented the American people and their elected representatives through executive action, changing and creating his own laws, and excusing himself from the forcing statutes he is sworn to uphold – at times even boasting about his willingness to do it, as if daring the American people to stop him."

"That's why, later this month, we will bring legislation to the House floor that would authorize the House of Representatives to file suit in an effort to compel president Obama to follow his oath of office and faithfully execute the laws of our country," Boehner said.

Boehner's statement was in direct response to Obama's "So Sue Me" statement to Congress. In other words, Obama will do whatever he darn well pleases, and if you don't like it – tough toenails for you.

He didn't, nor does anyone else using that phrase, mean to actually sue him. Maybe he did.

Boehner says he's disappointed in "the president's flippant dismissal of the Constitution we are both sworn to defend…"

He's disappointed? That's it? Not outraged at the president who is breaking the law on a regular basis, and consistently acting anti-constitutionally?

There is a method of redress you know, Johnny. It's written right in that Constitution you swore to defend but probably haven't read. It's called impeachment and I guarantee if this were Bush thumbing his nose at a Democrat Congress, articles would have been drawn up long ago – and rightly so. I would certainly support it, whoever is in office.

No official is above the Constitution. No – not even Ronaldus Magnus (Ronald Reagan).

So why file a lawsuit? Why not impeachment? A few reasons, in my opinion.

First, little Johnny would feel the need to garner "public support" for impeachment which is not required and wholly unnecessary. But we all know he is too cowardly to actually "do his job" without first getting approval. There was almost no support to impeach Nixon before the process began – neither public nor congressional.

Second, assuming Congress has legal "standing" or authority in the eyes of the court to even file a lawsuit – it would drag on potentially for years and accomplish exactly nothing – except for spineless Republicans to claim their at least "trying" to stop this "lawless" president. It's great cover for the lily livered establishment, and they know it.

I haven't heard this theory, but I'll just throw it out there. Finally, and most importantly, is the built-in excuse of no longer having to answer any questions.

Let me put it a better way. You know – whenever there is a major court case or major lawsuit being litigated – what do the parties always say when asked about the case? "I'm sorry, I can't discuss that, I can't comment on an ongoing case. I'd like to comment – but I can't."

Wow! What better way for both sides to just give the finger to all of us demanding that something be done about Obama.

Reporter: "Mr. Boehner – what are you going to do to stop the president's open border lawlessness?" Boehner: I'm sorry, but that's part of an ongoing lawsuit. You know I can't discuss it. Sure wish I could though."

Voilà! Problem solved for the establishment! No more questions – no more scrutiny!

Also, once a lawsuit is filed, Congress can wash its hands of it. Their attorneys, being well paid by us rubes, will handle the heavy lifting, as it were. Spineless congressional leaders get a free pass – they don't have to do anything or say anything.

It's a win-win!

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