I’m in Philadelphia for the weekend, so I won’t be blogging probably at all except for today in the lobby of the Hotel that I am in.
I was hoping for some great inspiration to write from seeing as I’ve just returned from the National Constitution Center the place that we’re holding the event tomorrow, but in reality I just remain incredibly exhausted from an already long day of work.
I could talk some more Basketball, but I think last night speaks for itself, rallying to win in the second half, and Maurice Rice showing Dicky V. how we can fight, scrap, and get it done to win the game.
Then again, I haven’t really talked politics in a while either, which probably would be important to say I suppose since this is a politics based site.
So here we go, my political insight. During the State of the Union, was I the only one who heard that Bush wanted the Congress to pass the line-item veto. I understand that governors have this power, that’s why Clinton wanted it, and assumingly why Bush also wants it, but it was only a few years ago that the Supreme Court called it unconstitutional, mind you with Rehnquist siding with the majority to make it 6-3.
I don’t necessarily think that with regard to Court composition he’s gotten backers of that power, but then again Bush never really did care about the Constitution in the first place.