Saturday, September 7, 2013
The answer is no. Not if the basic architecture of the U.S. Constitution, the separation of powers, remains in force. Not if the Founding Fathers’ originalist intent, and their understanding of English at the time, means anything. Not if America’s treaty obligations, which after ratification carry the full force of U.S. law, are more than pieces of paper.
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Comment: Constitution, he's the Obama-Nation of Desolation as spoken of by the profit Daniel, he don't need no stinking constitution! If we go to war here, it's the end of the U.S. as founded. So the the one who makes desolate can now claim that he kept at least one of his campaign promises (hint, closing GITMO wasn't it) and all the Obama voters got what they asked for, the fundamental transformation of America as we know it, only not for the better as he promised!