How Bush's Treaty Power Grab Failed

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Crabtownboy, Mar 28, 2008.

  1. Crabtownboy

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    The UN court is irrelevent. And the President against American interests. He needs to go.
     
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    You think the article can be written from a more biased position? It starts with the Bush administration wants more power. I guess it's too much to expect an unbiased report.
     
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    That's Time for you. Aside form the extreme liberal bias the facts on what the President has tried to do is correct.
     
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    Our system of approving treaties is somewhat of a mess.

    Time's political leanings and biased presentation of this case aside, this ruling may bring some clarity in certain areas.

    For one, state courts still have some rights.
     

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