Monday, March 19, 2007

Bush's Veto Power Versus Congress's Subpoena Power

Bush has promised to veto 9 bills Congress passed. It is his way of keeping Congress from accomplishing anything. In response, behind closed doors, it seems that Congress has decided if they can't spend time passing useful bills that Bush wouldn't veto, then they will spend more time on another important issue - the corruptive nature of this administration.

We now find out that tomorrow Congress will have in their possession 2,000 emails that the White House sent among themselves. Oh this is going to be interesting.
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