Don't Blame The Judge

The Executive Order "allowing" Stupak to vote for ScaryCare is blatantly unconstitutional. Executive Orders allow the President to carry out the law. They don't allow him to nullify the parts of a law he doesn't like. He is the Chief Executive, not a lawmaker.

So, the instant the law goes into effect (if it does; still crossing fingers) --or even beforehand-- the women's groups will challenge the EO in court and the judge will rule that the EO is unconstitutional for the reason already stated. If the President could make law by diktat he'd be the king.

(And then certain pro-life groups will go ballistic over the judge's "anti-life" stance, rather than recognize the fitness of his ruling.)