Obama gets slapped down in federal court but it doesn’t really matter. He and the NLRB disagree with the court and his unconstitutional appointeees, evidently, aren’t going anywhere.
The National Labor Relations Board on Friday declared that it remains open for business, despite a court ruling invalidating three of President Obama’s appointees to the board.
“The Board respectfully disagrees with today’s decision and believes that the President’s position in the matter will ultimately be upheld,” NLRB Chairman Mark Gaston Pearce said in a statement.
So, Obama makes unconstitutional appointments but his appointees get to stay in their positions? Evidently there is no penalty for making blatantly unconstitutional appointments. Hell, Obama has no reason to resist making further unconstitutional appointments. After all, he knows that he can disagree with the court and his appointees will not be removed from their positions.
When lawlessness pays, expect to see more lawlessness.