[H]ere is something that shouldn't be ignored: The White House LOVES the lawsuit. For one thing, it gives meaning to the White House's various executive actions. Earlier this year during the State of the Union, many of us proclaimed [the president and his team are] simply playing "small ball." But given this lawsuit, Republicans certainly don't see them being small. In addition, the lawsuit only emphasizes the contrast that one branch of government is doing SOMETHING while the other branch is doing NOTHING. Bottom line: The White House sees a political opportunity here -- an opportunity that Republicans might not have seen coming.
1) The time President Obama waived Obamacare for Unions, but not for you. 2) The time The Obama Administration spied on journalists and wouldn't say why. 3) The time President Obama decided to attend the Senate Democrats retreat but not campaign with any of them. 4) The time President Obama restricted journalists from taking video and photos of him. Instead forcing them to use media provided by the White House. 5) The time President Obama delayed the KeystoneXL pipeline for more than 5 years, costing tens of thousands of jobs. 6) The time President Obama told you, you could keep your health plan even though he knew you couldn't.