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Obama In 2007: Executive Privilege Is "Subject To Abuse"
Real Clear Politics ^
Posted on 06/20/2012 12:38:39 PM PDT by Nachum
"I think the issue of executive power and executive privilege is one that is subject to abuse and in an Obama presidency what you will see will be a sufficient respect for law and the co-equal branches of government that I hope we don't find ourselves in a situation in which we would have aides being subpoenaed for what I think everything acknowledges is some troublesome information out there," then-Senator Barack Obama told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in a 2007 interview.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Front Page News; Government; News/Current Events
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posted on 06/20/2012 12:38:50 PM PDT
He was against it before he was for it...
Nothing to see here... move along....
posted on 06/20/2012 12:41:48 PM PDT
(The main things are the plain things!)
Ouch. I bet the MSM will call him out on this... *crickets*
posted on 06/20/2012 12:46:40 PM PDT
("stand up defend or lay down and die")
To: AdmSmith; AnonymousConservative; Berosus; bigheadfred; Bockscar; ColdOne; Convert from ECUSA; ...
posted on 06/20/2012 3:30:04 PM PDT
Those who worship him believed what he said about executive orders. But they also believe it’s wonderful that obama will issue them.
posted on 06/22/2012 10:59:23 AM PDT
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