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August 08, 2007


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Frederick Hamilton

Prof Posner,

Like your post. I think I agree with you that "constitutional" showdowns are good. Good for the system and good for clarity of future decision making.

Plus, I think too much is made of the decision making by the anti-Bush administration types about his "constitutional law breaking" and I for one would like to see some clarity. It just might cause some of the Bush derangement syndrome crowd to tone it down.

So indeed, as to constitutional showdowns, bring 'em on. Plus, it would be a great civics lesson for the populace. Good for the country, not bad.

Joan A. Conway

Going to h--l in a hand basket! One way or the other.

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