Obama Told, Once Again, You’re Not A Friggin’ Dictator
- 2010/07/06 04:23:22
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The Obama administration has suffered a defeat in its efforts to close the nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain in Nevada .
Three administrative judges within the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
ruled last week that President Barack Obama and Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu don’t have the authority to close the
controversial site unilaterally. That can only be accomplished, the
judges said, by an act of Congress .
“Unless Congress directs otherwise, DOE may not single-handedly
derail the legislated decision-making process by withdrawing the (Yucca
repository) application. DOE’s motion must therefore be denied,” the
judges wrote, adding that the DOE had weakened its arguments by
“conceding that the application is not flawed nor the (Yucca) site
So, which is it, progresSIEVES? Is Obama a moron when it comes to Constitutional Law, or is he a wannabe dictator?
That’s what you get when a street thug, affirmative action recipient
is handed the steering wheel to a vessel he can’t handle. They tend to
run aground. We need to keep slapping him down until 2012.
Read more: http://iowntheworld.com/blog/?p=28347
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