Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Finally, the ABA speaks up about Bush's signing statements (AP.)

"The Constitution says the president has two choices: either sign the bill or veto it. And if you sign it, you can't have your hand behind your back with your fingers crossed," said Michael Greco, the ABA's outgoing president.

No kidding. Signing statements have been a slap in the face to the separation of powers and the big C. But slapping the separation of powers is what Bush does best.