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DOJ's Response to Judge Smith

Blog of the Legal Times has AG Holder's response to Judge Jerry Smith's question on whether the Administration still believes in judicial review.  As directed, it is three pages (well, 2 1/3), single spaced.  As expected, it is filled with well-established and mostly uncontroversial stuff about judicial review, deference, yada, yada, yada.

Then there is the last sentence:  "The President's remarks were fully consistent with the principles described herein."

I've already said in a previous post and a comment that I think the president's original statement was preposterous but also that Judge Smith was out of line.  I won't comment any further.  Cut loose in the comments, if you like.


Much ado about very little, IMHO.

federalist, I could not agree more. The words "tempest" and "teapot" come to mind.

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