December 22, 2014
One of the key arguments advanced by the Obama administration in support of its massive executive amnesty program is that the White House must take action because Congress has failed to do so.
In other words, the lack of congressional action on this front means that there's a big void out there that must be filled by the president's edict, more or less legalizing the immigration status of millions of illegal aliens.
This is what happens when the White House does not like congressional inaction.
But what happens if Congress does not act in a way that is useful to the administration? Suppose the administration likes such inaction?
Well, that's different. That kind of inaction is decisive. Read more...