"I think there'll be lawsuits filed, I believe so," Portman, who is weighing a presidential run, said Wednesday on MSNBC's
A majority of Americans disapprove of the House Republican lawsuit against President Barack Obama, which charges that he overstepped his authority in failing to enforce the Affordable Care Act in a timely manner, according to a new CBS News poll.
The House of Representatives voted last week along party lines to authorize Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to file a suit
My guess is that by the time everyone votes in November, the Republican anti-Obamacare strategy is hardly going to cause a ripple, while the debate over immigration reform is going to be the main event.
But Democrats hammered the vote, saying it was at best a political stunt that wastes time that could be much better spent
Nancy Pelosi declared that impeachment of President George W. Bush was off the table when she became speaker of the House. Now she's challenging John Boehner to do the same.
Watch Ryan's comments above. A poll released last week by Public Policy Polling found 51 percent of American voters view
Slaughter predicted that in the unlikely event a court actually grants standing for the case, it would be disastrous for
The Republicans believe that suing Obama will excite and turn out their base voters, and they're betting that this benefit will be larger than any political blowback. Whether they're right in this political calculation or not remains to be seen. But what is undeniable is that, so far, this lawsuit is nothing short of laughable.
The Republicans' case was undercut somewhat by one of their witnesses, Elizabeth Price Foley, a law professor at Florida