Why did Obama use the NDAA to kill the Animal Political Party?

The president has used the NDAAA to kill an animal political party.

The Animal Political Group was founded in 2010 and, like other animal political groups, is opposed to the NDMA, which the president has said will protect animals from the ravages of climate change.

In January, the Animal Party filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court arguing that the NDEMA would prevent the enactment of a federal animal protection bill.

In December, the Supreme Supreme Court refused to hear the Animal Parties case, saying that Congress did not have the power to enact a federal bill regulating the treatment of animals in the workplace.

Now, the Justice Department has asked the Supreme Courts to review the case.

The Justice Department argued that Congress has the power “to regulate all aspects of domestic animals” under the NDRA, and that the Supreme court could rule in the case that the bill does not preempt Congress from enacting federal animal welfare laws.

The case is expected to be heard in February.

In its brief to a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, the animal political group said the administration “misinterpreted” Section 1402 of the NDIA and that Congress “has no power to regulate domestic animals.”

The Justice Departments lawyers argued that the Animal Politics is a 501(c)(3) organization, and therefore could not qualify for federal tax-exempt status.

The group said it will challenge the Department of Justice’s interpretation of Section 1452 of the federal Animal Protection Act.

The Obama administration argues that Congress may not preempt the NDSA.

In a letter to the court, the administration said it was “reviewing” Section 144 of the law to see if Congress has “specific authority to regulate the treatment or welfare of domestic animal[s] under the [National Defense Authorization Act].”

The Animal Politics has been an organization of animal activists since at least 2010, and the group has been active in several political activities.

The animal political parties campaign has included a nationwide “doggie day” in February, and in 2014 the group hosted an event at the White House where a speaker gave a talk titled “The Animal Political Campaign.”

In 2013, the group sent a letter protesting the nomination of conservative attorney David Strassel to the U,S.

Supreme Court.

The letter said Strassel “has an extensive record of representing animals” and that “he is no friend to animal rights activists.”

The Animal Party was formed in 2011 as an animal advocacy group, according to its website.

The organization has also made political contributions, including to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

The Supreme Court has ruled that a non-profit organization can be exempted from being subject to federal taxes.

According to the Justice Deputies brief to lower court judges, the groups purpose is “to advocate for and advocate for humane treatment of domestic and wild animals in an ethical and compassionate manner.”

The government’s interpretation, it argues, is “so broad and broad as to be constitutionally impermissible.”