In Impromptus today, I have a note on Obama and the sheer caprice with which he governs: “Today, the law means X. Yesterday, it may have meant Y, and tomorrow it may mean Z, but today it’s X. Stay tuned for my next mood or political need.”
A reader sends in a nicely cheeky remark: “Hey, you can’t change the ACA, it’s the law of the land!”
But we must not chide, contradict, or mock the distinguished professor of constitutional law who is our president.
P.S. Didn’t Clinton teach law in Arkansas? He wasn’t held up as some kind of law professor, was he? That I remember, no.