Stop the congressional power grab
Our Constitution spells out the responsibilities and roles for each of the three branches of government: Executive, Judiciary and Legislative. There has been a change over the years mainly by the Democrats and Liberals, not really under the radar but in a subtle way. The Supreme Court has taken actions that were the rights of Congress and have also stripped the President and the Executive branch of powers that were granted by previous Supreme Court decisions based on the Constitution.
The Democrat-led Congress is doing its utmost to limit the Constitutional powers of the President and the Executive branch. It is time that the Supreme Court and Con- gress be made accountable for their actions that clearly impinge on the authority and responsibilities of the other branches.
I believe President Bush should be supported in his attempt to clarify and defend the roles of each branch of our government. Especially by Republicans, some of them having joined the Democrats in being critical of the president. Their criticism is inappropriate and this is a serious problem that needs to be addressed before more harm is done to our country and Constitution. Marvin L. Hoovis M.D. Centerville, Massachusetts