pvolcko wrote:If a president doesn't enforce a law believed to be unconstitutional then how can anyone try to get the law overturned in a court?
I think the founding fathers deliberately left Presidential law enforcement vague in that Article 2, Section 3 of the Constitution includes the order to the President of the United States:
…"he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed"
Thus I guess the only way Congress could force any President to follow it's laws is through Impeachment, which is exactly what should have been done in GW Bush's case. Congress has ultimate authority to remove a President from office. A President has no way of removing a Congress! (all that's needed it the guts to do the right thing!)