Skip to comments.White House Fires Back at 'Overbroad' Subpoena on Solyndra Documents
Posted on 11/04/2011 4:05:47 PM PDT by antidemoncrat
The White House on Friday all but refused to turn over the documents House Republicans have subpoenaed on bankrupt solar firm Solyndra, firing off a letter saying the request would put an "unreasonable burden on the president's ability to meet his constitutional duties."
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Since when does Zero give a $hit about “constitutional duties”?? What a crock.
Remember back in the days of Watergate when the Dems were accusing the Nixon WH of stonewalling? Well, this is stonewalling.
Everything this miserable traitorous president does he considers an “unreasonable burden” when it comes to upholding the Constitution.
“I’m not a crook!”
i take it the president wouldnt be personally extracting emails and correspondence. so, how is this going to impede him doing a bad job he is doing just fine while golfing, bowing, lying and spending?
Did the judge send armed solicitors to serve the subpoena or was it sent by FAX? Any Lawyers out there have any idea what can be done next?
You thihk Nixon was guilty? He was set up! Read “Family of Secrets” by Russ Baker. That will open a few eyes!
And he wasn’t.
This coming from the most transparent and open Administration in history! Just ask Nancy Pelosi for details.
yeah how about Flushing 500 million and billions more down a rathole,does that hinder you in your job and ability to do your duties
Overboard = Anything that will expose the truth!
Apparently, the AnointedIdiot and his idiot-ridden band of merry corrupt elitists have something to hide..... =.=
Constitution calls for three branches, “checks and balances”. Founding Fathers intended the judicial branch to be weakest. Legislative branch, the most powerful, always has the option to quit funding anything it objects to.
Firing back = back fire. He can’t win this.
“”unreasonable burden on the president’s ability to meet his constitutional duties.”
I guess I didn’t realize that his “constitutional duties” comprised 2 years of campaigning.
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