When I shared that idea, which had been shared with me, on Hardball last night, it stirred an immediate and impassioned reaction.
Many think suing the Congress right back is precisely the way the President should respond to what the Republicans in the House did to him last week. Again and again, the Congress has failed to act on even the most routine matters of official business, like approving ambassadors for posts overseas. Isn’t this a case of Congress denying the country honest and faithful service?
Why are people reacting with such excitement at the notion of the president suing Congress? Perhaps they see the unfairness in the Republicans in Congress approving a legal suit against President Obama. They believe the right thing for President Obama to do is throw it right back at them.