How is that for a headline? Michael Isikoff reported the following at Newsweek:
The chief author of the Bush administration's "torture memo" told Justice Department investigators that the president's war-making authority was so broad that he had the constitutional power to order a village to be "massacred," according to a report released Friday night by the Office of Professional Responsibility.
So I ask you: giving a president unlimited dictatorial powers violates both the letter and the spirit of the Constitution, no?
Then why, in the name of all that is holy (and the rule of law), has John Yoo not been disbarred for violating his oath to uphold the Constitution? Why is he allowed to teach at the University of California? The question of why is he not behind bars for war crimes is related to his justifications for torture, not this.
(All that is ignoring what a smug bastard he is.)
What is wrong with this nation?
When will the rule of law be restored to the United States?
I am just seeing the Bush Crime Regime being given one pass after another.
And I have a few words for the President:
Yo, Barry! Your oath to support, uphold, and defend the Constitution involves enforcing the laws. Laws have been broken. When the hell are you going to start enforcing? Why do you hamper your DOJ? Get with it. Or do you want to go down in history as yet one more sorry-ass lawbreaker? Just saying.Update:
I forgot the h/t to ImpeachKingBushII