A Rüppell's Vulture at Nairobi National Park, Kenya. The shadow of the mid-day sun is directly under the vulture. Français : Un Vautour de Rüppell dans le Parc National de Nairobi au Kenya. L'ombre du Soleil au midi est directement sous le vautour. Deutsch: Sperbergeier (Gyps rueppellii) im Nairobi-Nationalpark in Kenia. Der Schatten der Mittagssonne steht direkt unter ihm. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
It seems there are always problems when you elect a Kenyan to the presidency:
Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) -- Throngs of Kenyans lined up Monday to choose their next president in a tight, anxiously awaited general election marred by isolated violence.
Residents were eager to avoid a repeat of the disastrous 2007 election, which plunged the nation into ethnic violence after results were disputed.
Over here, with Barky's "recess appointments" to the NLRB having been ruled unconstitutional by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, the battles rage on, as the Democrat appointees refuse to vacate their positions despite the ruling as they await a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court that they hope will overturn the D.C. ruling.
Analysts note that there's a "substantial likelihood" that SCOTUS will uphold the lower court ruling; throwing over a years' worth of NLRB "rulings" open to question. As such an outcome would invalidate NLRB decisions due to the fact that they had no constitutional authority to render them, it will still be necessary for employers to bring legal challenges in order to overturn the NLRB decisions. What a can of worms - and Barky could have avoided it all simply by following the Constitution (which he claims to know backwards and forwards).
And with the departure of several of Barky's chosen administrators at EPA following disclosure of their illegal efforts to evade Congressional oversight and Freedom of Information Act accountability by establishing and using private email accounts to conduct government business, the show will go on; Barky's choice to replace the former EPA head is greenhouse gas foe Gina McCarthy, who bows five times daily before the altar of Gaia. AlGore immediately began cheering, and this can only mean that sequester or no, slushies will continue to be freely available to favored companies like SoloPower, Vestas, and ReVolt - while the war against America's proven sources of reliable energy will only escalate. As Barky himself noted, according to his plan, your "energy costs will necessarily skyrocket".