Number of the Day

180. The degrees spun by Obama on habeas corpus between "trying to convince Democrats to make him their nominee and then their President" and actually being their President.

Candidate Obama described "abducting people and imprisoning them without charges [as] (a) un-American; (b) tyrannical; (c) unnecessary to fight Terrorism; (d) a potent means for stoking anti-Americanism and fueling Terrorism; (e) a means of endangering captured American troops, Americans traveling abroad and Americans generally; and (f) a violent betrayal of core, centuries-old Western principles of justice."

President Obama, however, "safely ensconced in the White House, fights tooth and nail to preserve his power to do exactly that."

Bill's got your relevant blogaround here.

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