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I am, the law

September 3, 2013
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

For some time now I keep hearing that what this politician or the President can't do this or that because they are going against the Constitution or breaking the law. Well, why doesn't someone with the appropriate authority address the situation? Would that fall under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General; or the House of Representatives? It seems to me that the A.G. and the President are "on the same page" so that idea is out of the question. And it seems that the House and Senate are manned by Democrats sympathetic to the Presidents vision of the country and a bunch of Republicans worrying about their re-election. So people like me are concerned over the fact that these people we elected to serve us are breaking the law and serving themselves.



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