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Lawless Administration is Lawless

March 19th, 2013 - 5:07 am

The Obama Administration would like to know, “The Supreme Court and what army?” Echoes of Andrew Jackson:

The President Barack Obama administration is claiming that authorities do not need court warrants to affix GPS devices to vehicles to monitor their every move.

The administration maintains that position despite the Supreme Court’s infamous decision last year that concluded that attaching the GPS devices amounted to search protected by the Constitution.

The administration is set to make its argument Tuesday before a federal appeals court in a case testing the parameters of the high court’s 2012 decision. If the government prevails, the high court’s ruling would be virtually meaningless.

Just the way they like it.

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Any such device gets attached to my car will experience a sudden influx of electricity, rendering it somewhat less than functional.
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From a guy who has deemed the Senate to be in recess, even while it held pro forma sessions, the same as to block his predecessor from making the same appointments, it is not surprising.

"despite the Supreme Court’s infamous decision last year" language police here: infamous does not mean famous. Dred Scott was an infamous decision, along with Plessy. Infamous and notorious mean you are known for a bad reason. Just had to get that rant off my chest. It does bother me.
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Dusty Bottoms: What does that mean, in-famous?
Ned Nederlander: Oh, Dusty. In-famous is when you're MORE than famous. This man El Guapo, he's not just famous, he's IN-famous.
Lucky Day: 100,000 pesos to perform with this El Guapo, who's probably the biggest actor to come out of Mexico!
Dusty Bottoms: Wow, in-famous? In-famous?

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