Speaker of the House John Boehner had to find a new lawyer to represent him in his lawsuit against President Obama after his attorney quit because he was worried that the suit could harm his credibility.
If Republicans really want to play the lawsuit game, President Obama should forget John Boehner and go after Republicans nationwide.
USA Today published an editorial by House Speaker John Boehner defending his lawsuit against President Obama, while at the same time their own editorial board published an editorial blasting the lawsuit.
CNN tried to ignore Speaker John Boehner's lawsuit against Obama and Republican dreams of impeachment, but House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi would not let them get away with it.
Speaker of the House John Boehner's decision to sue President Obama is raising an epic amount of grassroots dollars for Democrats. In June, House Democrats out-raised House Republicans $4.5 million to $883,000 in grassroots donations.
John Boehner's lawsuit against the president is seriously wounding Republicans. The DCCC announced that they had outraised Republicans in June, $25.3 million to $10.9 million.
President Obama used his weekly address to unload on John Boehner's partisan lawsuit by calling it, "a political stunt that's going to waste months of America's time. And by the way, they're going to pay for it using your hard-earned tax dollars."
President Obama is setting a trap for John Boehner and the House Republicans, as during his remarks on the economy, the president had a simple message for Boehner, "sue me."
In remarks before he met with his cabinet, President Obama basically dared John Boehner to sue him by directing his cabinet to continue to push on areas where he can use executive action.
What started out as an interview to champion John Boehner's lawsuit against Obama turned into an act of sabotage with one sentence from Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace.
It was only a matter of time until the other shoe dropped after word leaked out that Speaker of the House John Boehner is planning on suing President Obama. It turns out, the lawsuit is the first step in a plan to impeach the president if Republicans take back the Senate.