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varkam Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Mar-07-11 05:25 PM
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53. Well, a denial of funds is not the equivalent to passing a law.
Edited on Mon Mar-07-11 05:28 PM by varkam
A law requires bicameralism and presentment -- so far as I understand, the House of Representatives denying an allocation of funds does not meet those requirements. I've also already addressed the american soil issue and military tribunals are not Article Three courts. The President as CIC has plenary power over the military and its operations.
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