- Jul 12, 2006
This really isn't an issue for the courts. Congress has absolute authority to hold the administration accountable. It can't be any clearer in the constitution, and the courts have already ruled on this in the past.I didn't support anything like it. I only said that if they refuse it will be decided by the courts.
There really is no question other than the one I posed earlier: why do you support a model of government that runs counter to the one described in our constitution? Or is it that you just don't understand much about civics?
It seems like the catch-all for the modern conservative is "well, let the courts decide! I can't form an opinion based on the clear evidence of crime, until the courts decide! My mind is not my own..." Which is a far cry from the previous generation of conservatives that fully believed that "Activist courts are ruining the country!"
You guys...so funny.