Hell Must Have Frozen Over Because John Boehner Finally Did Something to Oppose Obama

January 28th, 2015 | by Adam L
Hell Must Have Frozen Over Because John Boehner Finally Did Something to Oppose Obama

As far as the trust Republicans have in their elected officials, none is as questionable as the trust in John Boehner.

Responsible for passing the $1.1 Trillion dollar CRomnibus bill that helped Obamacare and other progressive programs, Boehner has done more than enough to thumb his nose at the American people in the past few years.

However, it looks like he’s finally coming through on one promise which will make Republicans happy.

Boehner has finally decided to take his lawsuit against Obama and move forward with filing the action.

There are already two other lawsuits against the President in the system, one having been filed by 20 states to resists his executive order on immigration.

The other was filed by Joe Arpaio of Maricopa county AZ where he contends the President’s action on immigration puts the country in grave danger.

This would be the third.

Here’s what the Conservative Tribune said about the move.

Speaker of the House John Boehner, apparently just informed that he could actually sue the president, has apparently chosen to do just that, belatedly filing a legal action against the president over his highly illegal executive actions on illegal immigration.

Boehner announced plans to file the suit during a Tuesday morning Republican conference meeting.

“Our team has been working on litigation. We are finalizing a plan to authorize litigation on this issue — one we believe gives us the best chance of success,” the speaker said, according to one report.

Also, a congressional aide said that Boehner had authorized the drafting of “a resolution authorizing the House to take a variety of legal actions.”

It would mark an interesting turn of events, as Boehner’s tenure as speaker of the House has been mostly marked by deference to the White House and a lack of attention to the core of his party.

However, the November midterm results — in addition to some prodding from Republicans who endorsed other candidates for speaker — may have put an end to the Ohio Republican’s RINO streak.

And while a House lawsuit would be the third one in the arena, it would still be a welcome sign in the fight against one of the most illegal actions in the history of the executive branch.

The question then becomes “Why is Boehner doing this?”

Is it just a politically motivated attempt to gather the support of conservatives?

After months of denying their requests and acting ever the Democrat, is he trying to re-establish trust with red voters?

It’s hard to tell.

What can be said with certainty is anything that will build a case against the President and keep him in check with the law is a good thing.

Why do you think Boehner’s making this move?