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March 17, 2007

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Dalton

Instead of whining about me personally...why not provide substantive rebuttals to my points?

Blathering on about what you refer to as "trolls" or "leftists" merely illustrate an inability to counter my charge that Bush and his administration are inept at best.

Tell me what Bush has done RIGHT.

Dalton

I see everybody is having a problem coming up with anything Bush has done RIGHT.

Sorry, in the future I'll try to ask easier questions.

TMF

DULLton

We GET IT

Democrats good/Republicans bad

Its a silly, infantile little world you live in

Give it up and go back to whatever circle jerk you came from.

Dalton

TMF,
I notice you still haven't come up with anything Bush has done right, still throwing out inane personal attacks.

Well, this should give you an idea of how strongly the Senate feels about allowing the Bush administration to make important decisions without oversight:

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to end the Bush administration's ability to unilaterally fill U.S. attorney vacancies.

With a 94-2 vote, the Senate passed a bill that canceled a Justice Department-authored provision in the Patriot Act that had allowed the attorney general to appoint U.S. attorneys without Senate confirmation.

TMF

DULLTon

The senate voted to give the senate more power?

Color me shocked

John G. Ryan

Maguire is right. There is a difference between determining legislative intent and interpreting a statute. But, in either case, the problem with looking to persons involved in drafting a statute for either type of interpretation is that they have a view of what the drafter intended which the language may not convey to others. I am a great fan of Ms. Feldman but suggest that the principle from the British case is sound common sense which, as common sense, might not be accepted at SCOTUS today. That doesn't mean it shouldn't be.

Dalton

TMF,
Oh, I see, as Bush would say: The glass half empty.

Duh.

*And I notice you still just can't come up with anything he's done RIGHT.

TMF

Bush bad Demcrat good

Dalton

TMF,
"Bush bad Demcrat good"

It's spelled "Democrat."

Duh.

*Still nothing RIGHT, huh? That's not surprising.

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