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High Court should reject Obama’s recess NLRB appointments to NLRB

January 21, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court justices often are called upon to interpret difficult, highly technical points of law and the Constitution. At least some of them may be grateful this week includes a no-brainer....

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ladybug

Jan-22-14 10:03 AM

Are you so dum you can't even read a post ?

I said the president has a right to appoint who he wants but has to be confirmed by the senate,

You just to jump in and critize don't you ?

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ladybug

Jan-22-14 9:52 AM

And I might remind you your favorite president did the same thing. Duh .Your another one who thinks they know it all.

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ladybug

Jan-22-14 9:50 AM

Wrong again numskull. #1 I said all presidents. # 2 The senate is the ones who does the confirming. #3 This should a yes or no process and turned into a political theather

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ladybug

Jan-21-14 11:09 AM

The president whom ever they might be has a right to appoint the person he wants to a position.

The senate a right to review the appointee and vote yes or no.

The BS game keeps our gov from functioning properly.

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ladybug

Jan-21-14 8:28 AM

Maybe if the senate would do its job instead of putting things on hold.

Recess appointments wouldn't be necessary

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