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- Sep 10, 2009
It would however, force Congress to really think out what is absolutely needed as far as new legislation goes before it is sent up to 1600 Penn Ave...President Clinton used the line-item veto dozens of times until SCOTUS ruled on a case about it.
I can. The President is supposed to execute the law as it's written; they shouldn't get to interpret it a specific way. If they want to veto it, veto it, but don't pick and choose what you will and won't execute as that defeats the purpose of legislation.