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The Power Of The Purse Belongs To The Legislative Branch...Not The Executive...PERIOD
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Jan 10, 2019 15:28:45   #
woodguru (a regular here)
 
If the president vetoed a bill passed by the house and senate, his reasons would be everything

In this case his reason (singular) would be a violation of the constitution, the president cannot hold the workings of the house and senate hostage like that...

I interpret it one step further, and McConnell is failing his oath to uphold the constitution and the good of people who voted senators into office, the senate has a job they are perfectly willing to do and one person is standing in the way on behalf of the president.

This is why impeachment needs to be sooner rather than later. I don't think McConnell will run interference for Pence the way he is for Trump, and it has to do with already running too much obstructive interference.

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Jan 10, 2019 15:35:21   #
Liberty Tree (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
If the president vetoed a bill passed by the house and senate, his reasons would be everything

In this case his reason (singular) would be a violation of the constitution, the president cannot hold the workings of the house and senate hostage like that...

I interpret it one step further, and McConnell is failing his oath to uphold the constitution and the good of people who voted senators into office, the senate has a job they are perfectly willing to do and one person is standing in the way on behalf of the president.

This is why impeachment needs to be sooner rather than later. I don't think McConnell will run interference for Pence the way he is for Trump, and it has to do with already running too much obstructive interference.
If the president vetoed a bill passed by the house... (show quote)


Ever researched how many bills Harry Reid refused to bring to a vote? The President can veto any bill he chooses.

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Jan 10, 2019 15:55:23   #
CounterRevolutionary (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
If the president vetoed a bill passed by the house and senate, his reasons would be everything

In this case his reason (singular) would be a violation of the constitution, the president cannot hold the workings of the house and senate hostage like that...

I interpret it one step further, and McConnell is failing his oath to uphold the constitution and the good of people who voted senators into office, the senate has a job they are perfectly willing to do and one person is standing in the way on behalf of the president.

This is why impeachment needs to be sooner rather than later. I don't think McConnell will run interference for Pence the way he is for Trump, and it has to do with already running too much obstructive interference.
If the president vetoed a bill passed by the house... (show quote)


Don't forget the President is Commander in Chief and can implement his authority under the National Defense Authorization Act. Maybe half the leftwing radicals on this chat board will end up in FEMA camps with the illegal aliens.

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Jan 10, 2019 16:05:12   #
woodguru (a regular here)
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
Ever researched how many bills Harry Reid refused to bring to a vote? The President can veto any bill he chooses.


And the senate would override that veto in this case, it's called bipartisan support.

A president's powers need to be used and backed by reasons or the house and senate have the power to reign a president in that is abusing his executive powers for silly reasons.

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Jan 10, 2019 16:06:02   #
woodguru (a regular here)
 
CounterRevolutionary wrote:
Don't forget the President is Commander in Chief and can implement his authority under the National Defense Authorization Act. Maybe half the leftwing radicals on this chat board will end up in FEMA camps with the illegal aliens.


Or the right wing minority if they have an issue with impeachment?

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Jan 10, 2019 16:13:49   #
Liberty Tree (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
And the senate would override that veto in this case, it's called bipartisan support.

A president's powers need to be used and backed by reasons or the house and senate have the power to reign a president in that is abusing his executive powers for silly reasons.


Big if to get 2/3 to override.

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Jan 10, 2019 17:24:37   #
Gatsby (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
If the president vetoed a bill passed by the house and senate, his reasons would be everything

In this case his reason (singular) would be a violation of the constitution, the president cannot hold the workings of the house and senate hostage like that...

I interpret it one step further, and McConnell is failing his oath to uphold the constitution and the good of people who voted senators into office, the senate has a job they are perfectly willing to do and one person is standing in the way on behalf of the president.

This is why impeachment needs to be sooner rather than later. I don't think McConnell will run interference for Pence the way he is for Trump, and it has to do with already running too much obstructive interference.
If the president vetoed a bill passed by the house... (show quote)


Congress has failed to do its job, and send a spending bill to the president;

therefore the president should be impeached!

That makes as much sense as anything else the Democrats have come up with yet; NONSENSE!

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Jan 11, 2019 23:54:35   #
CounterRevolutionary (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
Or the right wing minority if they have an issue with impeachment?


Woodguru, there is no "rightwing" in Abe Lincoln's Republican Party, it is within the Democrat Party.
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