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  •  Bullshit (none)
    You can't have it both ways.  Alito posed the question because he thought it was a legitimate problem.  What if the President disagrees with parts of the law he has signed?  All jurisprudence in our history to this date says that this question is irrelevant and non-sensical.  But not for Alito.  To him it is a legitimate question which means that he thinks the premise of the question is legitimate.  That the President disagreeing or having qualms with parts of a law should call into question the validity of that law.  How he resolves it is immaterial.  The fact is that this question is absurd ON ITS FACE.  Alito looks all the more absurd for giving voice to it.

    "... the Republicans have fucked reality so hard they need a physics professor to straighten them out." -- hamletta

    by manyoso on Wed Jan 04, 2006 at 01:01:27 PM PST

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