Shown it before to you ..before , which part...again...yawn.A well known and simple cwt request, source please? (Article II)
I never stated that the opinion of the US Attorney General is law. However courts generally give deference to the opinion of a state or federal Attorney General. Taney did state an opinion in Ex Parte Merrymen but that opinion is not enough to proscribe the power of the President to suspend habeus corpus.See your own posts. Bates's worthless scribblings are not law of any kind.
The procedure in a debate is that aperson providing the quote is to provide the source of said quote.Again, does your computer have a search engine? Or don't you know how to use it?
The procedure in a debate is that aperson providing the quote is to provide the source of said quote.
In other words, I'm not doing your homework for you.
You either know who said the quote and are simply not listing the name out of error or speed or you don't know who said the quote and cannot provide who said it.
Be a mench and provide your source.
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