Author Topic: Is Obama in big trouble when liberal and conservative constitutional law experts agree he's out of bounds?  (Read 196 times)

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I have no confidence in the independence of the judicial branch.

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Liberals must think there's a good chance that a conservative might attain the position of the presidency and use that power against them.

Otherwise they would think it was just dandy...

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Offline Fishrrman

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Title that asks a question:
[[ Is Obama in big trouble when liberal and conservative constitutional law experts agree he's out of bounds? ]]

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No -- because he will only BE in trouble when those same experts start agreeing that the only possible recourse for a president who has moved so "out-of-bounds" is to use the one and only process that the Constitution prescribes for dealing with such high crimes and misdemeanors....


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