What is most disturbing about the 4-4 decision by the Supreme Court on the immigration issue?
This decision by the 8 justices of the Supreme Court is a clear sign that our system is broken. It is unimaginable for me that 4 justices would rule against the Constitution and the Separation of powers as a basic tenet of our government. These four judges does not have a basic understanding of our Constitution and yet they sit in the highest count of the land and rule on the very nature of whether a Presidented acted above his Constitutional limits. If they can rule on this, what else would they rule? The court is not suppose to be a political entity and yet again and again we have just that.
Thank God the lower court got it right. A loss for the Obama administration, he has violated the constitution once again, determined by the courts. Here is the whole story:
http://aclj.org/supreme-court/major-vic … reme-court
No surprise here even though we once again see that 4 supreme court judges are purely political animals with no regard for the rule of constitutional law. America is in decline,
The problems are:
A. the liberal justices are voting based on political desires, not the law, or else it would have been unanimously against
B. Obama will ignore this like he's ignored other decisions and other laws, from the Title 9 reinterpretation to say self-identified transgenders with their original plumbing to use the bathroom to the story on "Obama Ignores SCOTUS Ruling, Sues State over Voter ID Law"
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