Politician Talk In Plain English

Setting a precedent: We did something we had no business doing, and got away with it – because no one put up a serious challenge – so that’s the way we’re going to do business from now on. If you try to put up a fight, we’ll ignore you and simply say “a precedent has been set.” And if you refuse to go away, we’ll just get Congress to amend the law – or pass a new one – to “officially” give us those powers. Either way, you lose. Get over it. We don’t really care what you people have to say, anyway; we’re going to do things the way we choose, regardless of legal constraints. But if you break the law, you go to jail.


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