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you chose to ignore the egregious obstructionism of the Republican senate minority and their constant filibustering of most all bills brought up in the Senate
Thank you for not disappointing me in my expectations of conservative ATS'ers and their tenuous grasp of political facts.
Republican and Tea Party favorite Scott Brown, whose disgusting, ethnic-smearing campaign against Elisabeth Warren in his re-election bid showed that he had no business being a US senator.
Originally posted by ownbestenemy
That said, while I hold opinions of the Supreme Court valuable, they are not infallible. Even after the repeal of the Executive Order, many Nisei (those born here in the United States) had nothing to return to; the Government effectively executed eminent domain without compensating the citizen it affected.
Even as such, with it being "constitutional", the United States government offered to award decedents $20,000. To me, if such an act were "constitutional", why offer the award?