What About Separation of Powers AG Holder?

Eric Holder in all of his infinite wisdom has decided that the Department of Justice will no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).  They feel that the law is unconstitutional.  How nice for him and President Obama.  Well, you know what, it isn’t for you to decide if the law is constitutional or not.  That is for a judge to decide.  You don’t get to make these decisions.  As the Attorney General of the United States is your job to defend the laws that are on the books.  This has been in place for more than decade and was signed into law by President Clinton, not exactly a conservative. 

So I am thinking of the laws that I don’t feel I want to follow anymore. 

  1. I have a really bad tendency to drive fast, so I think the speed limit is a violation of the constitution.  I am not going to follow it anymore if I don’t feel like it.
  2. If I don’t have enough money to pay my mortgage in the next few months I will just ignore the contract and pay what I feel like.  After all, the constitution is a legal contract and if he can just chuck out the parts of it so can I right?
  3. Not that I am in position to hire people, but just say I did and someone came in for a position and they were perfectly qualified but I don’t like the way that they looked.  I could just tell them that I don’t your haircut and that is the reason that I am not going to hire you. 
  4. I have next door neighbors who just make me crazy, can I go and damage their house as payback?  They are not nice people and they deserve it. 

What laws don’t you want to follow?    Is there a legal avenue to get him out of his current position?  Because if there is, we need to start taking these steps.  We cannot allow our Attorney General just to decide for himself what is and what isn’t constitutional.  Any liberal that stands by this just needs to ask themselves if they want a conservative attorney general to do the same.