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Jan 6, 2006 2:30 pm


2006, the Year That Was



My Fox column this week makes predictions for the year ahead, albeit with a bit of a twist at the end.
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Elliot C Reed - 1/7/2006

Not quite sure what happened there. Anyway, I was trying to say that you missed the best ones:

The President, having imprisoned a U.S. citizen without charges or trial for years, finally agrees to give him a trial for the sole purpose of preventing the Supreme Court from his case and potentially ruling that the President can't imprison whoever he wants forever.

The President is discovered to have authorized an enormous domestic survellience program in apparent contravention of federal law. When pressed on his legal justification for the program, the President argues that the Commander-in-Chief clause of the Constitution makes him above the law.


Elliot C Reed - 1/7/2006

You forgot the best ones:

The President, having imprisoned a U.S. citizen for years without charges or trial, finally decides to give him a trial for the sole purpose of preventing the Supreme Court from hearing his case.

The President is discovered to have authorized an enormous domestic survellience program in direct contravention of federal law. When pressed on his legal justification for the program, the President argues that the Commander-in-Chief clause of the Constitution makes him above the law.

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