September 6, 2013
Presidents Shouldn’t Be Able to Credibly Threaten Wars that the People Oppose


There’s no shame in telling the world the truth: that our system intentionally constrains the executive branch.



Read more. [Image: Reuters]

Presidents Shouldn’t Be Able to Credibly Threaten Wars that the People Oppose

There’s no shame in telling the world the truth: that our system intentionally constrains the executive branch.

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

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    Bro-bama (Yep, still captioning Obama’s posts)
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    The narrative of human history in a headline.
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    #politics #syria #obama #thanksalotobama #war
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    I often wonder how familiar the folks in Washington actually are with the Constitution they’ve sworn to uphold….
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