Say rather that politicians find the Constitution inconvenient, when it bars some action they consider vital, for I have heard Democrats protest some Constitutional provision as well as Republicans.
After all, the US Constitution lays out what government can and cannot do, and it is the restrictions that gets a politician’s goat.
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"You may not be willing to admit that you resemble an ape; if your thousandth ancestor is more like an ape than you are, you may, if you wish, call it a coincidence. But if that thousandth ancestor's forebears become progressively more simian as you trace back the geneological lines, you will have to admit that somewhere in your family tree there squats an ape." Earnest Hooten
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