Lawless NLRB “open for business”

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.

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14 Responses to Lawless NLRB “open for business”

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    “In the meantime, the Board has important work to do…”

    Unmitigated horse shit. The NLRB should be disbanded, its records destroyed and its building razed. All they have to do is engage in economy wrecking mischief.

    • Greg B says:

      Closer and closer.
      The admin chooses to ignore the court.
      A couple more like this and I will expect a royal decree on guns.

    • rider says:

      Agreed, to bad I now distrust our government to the point of freely saying what I really want to right now. No tin foil needed here – but damn man this is in-your-face, bend over and take it blatant.

  2. Uke says:

    Scale of 1-10, how brazenly unlawful does this seem to you?

    I’m going to rate this about a 9.3. Which roughly equates to bending over and farting in the face of the judge ruling against you. A perfect 10 would basically be shitting on his head.

  3. trebor snoyl says:

    President Andrew Jackson ignored the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Cherokee Nation, and had them removed from their traditional lands anyway, with the comment,”Let them enforce it.”

    • R.D. Walker says:

      And that was one of the greatest injustices in American history. I admire Jackson in many ways, but that was a crime against humanity.

      These weren’t savages. They were civilized farmers and shop keepers who had largely adopted Western ways and who had already given up tens of thousands of square miles in exchange for deed rights to the land they retained. They were forced out of the country on a death march anyway.

      Let’s file that under “It Can’t Happen in America”.

  4. notamobster says:

    Just a matter of time, now.

    • Greg B says:

      I read somewhere that DHS are staging 10x10x10 ammo containers at various locations around the US.
      Might be BS. But if I see one, I might have to break it open.
      Just sayin’……..

      • BigJimTX says:

        Somebody knows where they are. They have billions of rounds to distribute.

        • rider says:

          I read the story last night I’ll try to relocate it – just so ya’ll know. The story mentioned Flordia near a large population center – I was too tired to remember the city it named. My sleep is non existent – need to find a job….YESTERDAY! But I will say….someone at church told me he dosen’t understand how we are surviving – I looked him straight in the eyes and sincerely stated, “By the grace of God.” He thought I was nuts. Go figure…I know I’m blabbering…I’n signing off. Thaks for letting me rant a little.

        • notamobster says:

          You know what’d be neat? If Barry’s private army were street gangs and he armed them with sweet guns & ammo… then, we got to kill them and take all of their sweet guns & ammo.

          Barry, arming the American opposition with sweet guns & ammo. I could die happy, then.