Unshelved by Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum
comic strip overdue media

Friday, August 18, 2006


Court rebukes Bush for violating Constitution and domestic spying rules

I think Bush will be remembered for putting a certain amount of dignity back into the Presidency (after the Clinton party-in-the-White-House years). It's really too bad that in the process he's practically burned through the Constitution and tried to make the Executive Branch his own little fiefdom without allowing any of the checks and balances put in place by the Founding Fathers to promote reasonable democracy to get in his way. It's also too bad that the Presidency is currently occupied by someone that many folks just, well, think is an idiot, who might as well be a giant hand puppet of Big Oil and other special interests. Not to mention, the looking-for-Bin-Ladin/WMD-in-all-the-wrong-places, oh, see a bird! Let's all go over to Iraq and start a war which really has nothing to do with anything we were supposed to be doing to protect our country.

Sigh. Okay, but I did say one good thing about the man, didn't I?

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