Johnson said Obama has consistently rewritten laws through executive orders. He said a bill under consideration by the House would allow any of the two chambers to take the president to court if they a majority vote that the president isn't faithfully executing his duties. That bill is all but certain to fail, Johnson said, since it would be unlikely to pass both houses and even then would have to be signed by the president. Still, Johnson said it was important to fight. "President Obama doesn't have the legal authority to change the law. If he doesn't like it, he ought to come to Congress and change the law the right way, the Constitutional way," Johnson said. "So primarily the suit is about upholding the rule of law." "In the end it's a political process. We certainly need to highlight this, which is another purpose behind my suit," Johnson said. "Let's face it, Americans, we don't want to be ruled by a king or a House of Lords. We really do believe in equal treatment under the law. That's the primary principle this law suit is meant to affirm."Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/ron-johnson-wisconsin-lawsuit/2014/03/20/id/560843#ixzz2wbffYred Urgent: Should Obamacare Be Repealed? Vote Here Now!
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