Monday, June 16, 2014
Congressman Trey Gowdy Has to Ask the Obvious Questions
Does the President of the United States have unlimited authority to do what he pleases despite a legislative branch and a judicial branch of government? Is it necessary to have a legislative branch or a judicial branch of government? Is the United States Constitution a nebulous document?
Evidently so or Congressman Trey Gowdy would not be asking the questions.