On March 14, 2014, Eric Dolan of Raw Story reported that many Republicans are now backing a bill which would allow “Congress to sue the president for failing to faithfully execute laws.” The law, entitled the “Enforce The Law Act,” has already been approved by the House and is now seeing some support in the U.S. Senate, although it is unlikely that the bill will make it past the Democrats.
Of the Senators supporting the bill, Rand Paul is a notable proponent.
Indeed, Paul recently stated that Obama seems to be “writing his own laws whenever he feels like it.”
Paul also stated that “He also does need to enforce the law. We write laws and he is just deciding willy-nilly if he likes it he enforces it, if he doesn’t, he won’t enforce it, and we really think he needs to be chastened, rebuked, and told that he needs to obey the constitution.”