Is it really necessary for the House of Representatives to send forward legislation forcing the President, under threat of being sued, to enforce laws as written? The Senate will not even bring it to the floor for debate , much less a vote. The President will be spared the use of the veto pen due to the Senate protecting his flanks. I thought the U.S. Constitution specifically spelled out the duties and obligations of each of the three branches of government. Our government was divided into three branches to prevent abuse of powers, a system of checks and balances. Unfortunately the answer is “Yes”. Congress had abdicated its role in government prior to the arrival of the Tea Party. The “ruling” party has stacked the Supreme Court with lifetime appointments, and the lower courts(lately the more radical, the better)to ensure the current point-of-view is never challenged successfully. The Cabinet has been filled with the most corrupt and radical ideologues to ensure the “ruling party” continues down the path of destruction. So much for the separation of powers and a system of checks and balances.