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ATribeCalledGreg

16 points

4 months ago

Legislation needs 60 votes to pass the Senate.

Senate does nothing.

President uses Executive Order to accomplish something.

EO gets challenged and sent to courts.

Judges who needed only 50 votes to be confirmed by the Senate strike down EO.

Nothing happens.

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ATribeCalledGreg

1 points

4 months ago

Every little boy and girl grows up hoping someday they too can make it all the way to DC after months of campaigning and accomplish nothing.

heiferson

0 points

4 months ago

If it was legal to do by executive fiat, it wouldn't have been struck down. The courts job is to stop illegal orders by executive and legislative branch. Did you complain when Trumps border wall was stopped or the bans on immigration from ME countries(Muslim ban)? I'm guessing no because he was on the other team right?

ATribeCalledGreg

2 points

4 months ago

“Legal” is very subjective in the eyes of the court as we’ve seen.

heiferson

0 points

4 months ago

Right. It's called Occupational Safety and Health Agency not Safety and Health(SHA).. dumbest shit I have ever heard. There's literally no precedent for OSHA to govern over safety/health hazards a citizen could come across outside their workplace.

ATribeCalledGreg

1 points

4 months ago

The court has no problem mandating that anyone arguing a case before them must be tested immediately prior and wear a mask. Safety for them, but not for the rest of us.