The Constitution not Bush is the Supreme Law of the LandQuicklink submitted by Len Hart Permalink
|There are no 'inherent powers' or 'implicit' authorizations' that would, in any way, overturn, limit, or repeal the Fourth Amendment. Bush is not only wrong about that, he may have deliberately lied about it. Congress may not overrule the Fourth Amendment with statutory law. Constitutional Law is supreme and provisions in the Bill of Rights are valid until amended as set out in the Constitution itself. Widespread domestic surveillance is illegal whatever is done by Congress ex post facto. Until the Constitution is amended, it will remain illegal. At last, ex post facto laws, themselves, are expressly forbidden by the Constitution.|
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