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Judge Andrew Napolitano does it again

Reported by Chrish - April 26, 2006

Judge Andrew Napolitano is a rarity on FOX: a man of principles and integrity. An all-around conservative who reveres the law and the Constitution, he again spoke the truth on FOX, this time on the O'Reilly Factor yesterday 4/24/04. He was back today on The Big Story so he didn't get canned for it, another testament to his legal acumen.

After a segment with the big BORe on Natalee Holloway and the legal system in Aruba, O'Reilly engaged Napolitano in a discussion of JAN's new book, The Constitution in Exile.

BOR: Why should I pay $25 for this book/

JAN: Because it will show you how the government is so out of control, how the federal government thinks it can do whatever it wants, how it recognizes no limitation on its power, how it denies liberty that Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence called inalienable, and it will warn you - well, you know this because you have to put up with me almost every day - but it will warn the reader that it is time to do something that recognizes no restraint on its power. (Music is fading in.)

BOR: But Bush/Cheney says the power of the presidency has been watered down.

JAN: The power of the presidency has been expanded beyond our imagining, and these guys are just as bad as the Democrats before them when it comes to abusing power.

BOR: All right, there it is: The Constitution in Exile, Judge Napolitano.

Comment: Judge, for writing this book and putting loyalty to country above loyalty to party, you're our Top Dog. Bravo!!!

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