I have a question:
When there is a Senator that is breaking the law, doesn't the Executive Branch have the right to subpoena that Senator to the Judiciary Branch?
My meaning is this:
Senator Clinton, under orders from PP Clinton, had Sandy Burglar steal and destroy documents from the National Archives, so wouldn't this constitute a Executive Branch subpoena?
posted on 03/22/2007 11:05:01 AM PDT
(My ? to libs: "Do they ever shut up on your planet?" "Grow your own DOPE: Plant a LIB!")
To: HarleyLady27; holdonnow
posted on 03/22/2007 11:06:40 AM PDT
(Dems: Bush is stupid, Bush lied, We was duped!!! -- Bush is stupid)
The only thing I can think of is that President Bush can request that the Justice Department begin a criminal investigation. The Justice Department will then issue subpoenas as needed. I guess then that that would be considered an executive branch subpoena. Most likely I am wrong, and someone with legal knowledge will be along shortly to give me a legal body slam.
posted on 03/22/2007 11:18:15 AM PDT
(I can't talk about liberals anymore because some of the words will get me sent to rehab.)
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