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Old 01-27-2013, 09:40 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Direckshun View Post
It doesn't strip the Senate of power. Hilarious. It strips the Senate of absolute power over appointments.

You have a problem with recess appointments? Take it up with the Constitution. It is a specifically enumerated power of the executive branch.
I know you're too stupid to have this argument with... but the idea behind recess appointments is NOT to go around the Senate. It is for when the Senate is in recess and an appointment needs to be made.

here is the only point that can be argued...

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"As a matter of cold, unadorned logic, it makes no sense to adopt the [administration's] proposition that when the Framers said "the Recess," what they really meant was "a recess." This is not an insignificant distinction. In the end it makes all the difference."
If this gets overturned than President's can technically appoint people overnight after the Senate closes for the day... are you really so stupid that you think that is ok?
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