The Weekly Standard's Daniel Halper blogged the following today:
"The ability to postpone the deadline is clear," said Carney.
White House spokesman Jay Carney told a Fox News reporter to "read the Federal Register" in response to whether the president had the authority to change parts of the Obamacare law:
"I invite you to read the Federal Register," he said. "I know that'd be a lot to ask."
"You'll have to ask me?" the reporter said.
"Yes," said Carney, smirking. "Exactly."
That was probably actually a more appropriate response than what Carney was thinking. I might have said something like, "Does it matter?" (Seriously, does anyone honestly believe at this point that Obama cares whether he has the legal/constitutional authority to do something? If he wants to do it, then he'll do it.)