Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) sponsors a bill that would let Congress sue the president to force presidential compliance in following law passed by Congress.
I don't necessarily agree with the strategy, I believe Congress has direct means to enforce its will.
But I also like the way in which Gowdy makes his point:
I suspect Gowdy understands he's surrounded by gutless colleagues, and understands any form of challenge to the runaway president is preferable to none.
If Gowdy's bill should pass, and Obama vetoes as promised - we gain advantage. We'll have clear cut, undeniable case of Obama again snubbing Congress, and siding against the tradition of American rule of law.
Each step further revealing Obama's go-it-alone rogue nature is a step in the right direction.