Rule of Law by from National Review, February 10, 2014

The Obama administration announced today that the employer mandate, already delayed for a year, will now be further delayed for a year for employers with 50 to 100 workers and will be loosened somewhat for those with more than 100 workers. It will certainly be fun to see who among the Obamacare amen chorus chooses to defend this move as legitimate and reassuring. It is surely further proof that everything is fine, right?

But whatever it might tell us about the White House’s assessment of its administrative and political difficulties, it surely reinforces something we already knew about the administration’s assessment of its obligations to the rule of law—namely, that the administration believes it has none.

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