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Bush's 'goddamned piece of paper'
Posted on Tuesday, December 13 @ 14:38:25 PST by raul
Politics From the ever-so valuable Capitol Hill Blue comes some insider info as to Bush's true feelings about the Constitution he purports to be sworn to uphold:
“Mr. President,” one aide in the meeting said. “There is a valid case that the provisions in this law undermine the Constitution.”

“Stop throwing the Constitution in my face,” Bush screamed back. “It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!”

While Bush is obviously the hugest moron here, it's very telling that the Republican leaders he was conferencing with were concerned about "alienating conservatives" rather than the basic idea of the law being unconstitutional in the first place, proving once and for all that they only thing they want to uphold is their crooked brand of political power. Throw the bums out!

Re: Bush's 'goddamned piece of paper' (Score: 1)
by gsohappy on Wednesday, December 14 @ 11:12:43 PST
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it's no wonder to me that all their rhetoric about "strict constructionism" or "originalism" (vis-a-vis SCOTUS justices and the interpretation of the Constitution) -- frightening enough as it is -- is precisely that: mere rhetoric. the neocons obviously don't give a rat's ass about the Constitution or our rights, and this should (but in all likelihood won't) be a wake-up call for all Americans...



Re: Bush's 'goddamned piece of paper' (Score: 1)
by Red on Thursday, December 15 @ 10:13:28 PST
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I think it *could*...but it won't. The mainstream media won't go near this story. Too bad, really. Bush getting caught with his pants down like that is hilarious...


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