Friday, August 25, 2006

USA Today editorial 8/17/06

"President Bush has unilaterally declared what parts of new laws he wishes to enforce. He has created military tribunals unauthorized by Congress. And, perhaps most ominously, he has authorized eavesdropping on phone calls to and from the USA without court orders... Bush has done these things by simply asserting that the powers of the presidency enumerated in Article II of the Constitution — particularly the clause making him the "Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy" — are much more sweeping than previously imagined. In short, he has acted like a king." (August 17, 2006)

Read more here.


At 8/26/06, 10:53 AM, Blogger kath said...

How long before we are forced to greet each other with Heil Bush?


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