By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
President Obama's recess appointments to fill the National Labor Relations Board are operating on "shaky ground" and any rulings they participate in will be "tainted," a key House Republican warned Tuesday.
The National Labor Relations Board will have a "cloud" hanging over any rulings it makes after President Obama this week pushed through three recess appointments to the agency that don't pass "constitutional muster," a former member of the labor board said Thursday.
"I think the court got it right," Mr. Devaney said. "This was bad public policy by the Obama administration. It was a mistake. It's good to see that the court agrees they were unlawful appointments."
Dennis Devaney, a former NLRB member, told the committee the issue won't be resolved until the NLRB or CFPB makes an adverse decision in a high-profile case.