yes i thing they are
No they are not. You must have missed the memo that the Dems were in control.
Not at all ..They are doing their job despite the Liberals making up things to get in the way
No more than you and Brenda (one and the same) are usurping the policies of Yahoo Answers.
No, the Republican Houses gave up their power to the President. Now we are waiting to see what the Democrat Houses will do, if anything.
No, actually Bush and Cheney have very little to do with what happens in Congress. No legislation reaches them, as it cannot get past the House due to the Dems only having a one person majority.
Bush and cheney are usurping AIR SPACE.
Yes because Congress is sitting on thier Butts and allowing it.
"have dedicated violations and subversions of the form of the united states of america in an attempt to accomplish with impunity crimes against peace and humanity and conflict crimes and deprivations of the civil rights of the individuals of the united states and different international locations"no it is trouble-free to teach BUSH lied. What are you speaking approximately? You watch thank you to lots CNN. Your lifeless incorrect, have the info incorrect . study a lttile and study. Why do you left wing wacks hate the united states plenty? Oh i be attentive to....your a Democrat.
yes, they have been since 9/11
There is little room for doubt that the Bush Regime places itself above both domestic and international law. A few illustrations include:
1. wiretapping of US citizens without seeking FISA court approval (the FISA court has granted approval to virtually every request it has considered)
2. passing and renewing the Orwellian Patriot Act which seriously violates four of the ten amendments in the Bill of Rights
3. the invasion and occupation of Iraq, a sovereign nation which had not attacked the United States and had posed no imminent threat
4. suspending habeas corpus and posse comitatus
5. defying the Geneva Conventions by arbitrarily arresting, detaining and torturing at least 14,000 alleged "enemy combatants"
6. significant expansion of Executive powers by adding signing statements (which direct the Executive branch to implement laws as the president sees fit rather than as Congress intended) to over 750 laws.