Monday, January 09, 2006

Do you know why Bush has never had to veto a bill?

Whenever Bush signs a bill he does not agree with he adds a type of addendum that gives him the authority to disobey the new law if he wants to for “the good of the country”. For more on this go to


Blogger citizen shelly said...

Alito is involved in this too.

I think George has been hanging out with him lately.

"President Bush issued at least 108 of these "interpretive signing statements" in his first term alone, many of which "rejected provisions in bills that the White House regarded as interfering with its powers in national security [and] intelligence policy."

He's definitely become a king or a monarch.

Nixon was smarter than Bush too, I think.

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