President Obama’s veto threats may end up being more like empty threats.
Though he’s only vetoed two bills so far in office — far fewer than most other presidents — Obama has told the newly Republican-controlled Congress that he will veto more if they send him the wrong bills.
Obama made four veto threats in his State of the Union address alone on stiffer Iran sanctions, the Affordable Care Act, Wall Street oversight and immigration.
“If a bill comes to my desk that tries to do any of these things, I will veto it,” he said.
But just because the President threatens a veto, that doesn’t mean he will. Nearly all of the bills he’s warned Congress about probably won’t make it out of the Senate anyway.
Here’s a look at the eight veto threats Obama has made so far.
Keystone XL Pipeline Act
What it would do: Approve construction…
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