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February 06, 2009


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An interesting read, however, the President can't ratify a treaty without the Senate's approval. Further, Congress can overturn a presidential Veto by a 2/3rd majority of both houses. So really, constitutionally, the executive's power is far more confined than what you have described.
However I believe his position militarily is far more significant than a figurehead of sorts, the President can deploy troops for 60 days, and thus create a sittuation in which the Senate has no choice but to declare war to protect it's nation from retaliation.

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But when it comes to memory getting full we have no choice but to delete mails and this absent ability prevents us from effectively cleaning up the inbox.

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