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"The President is always right"

Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee questioned Steven Bradbury, the chief of the Justice Department's office of legal council, under oath (for once). After an intense grilling over the recent Supreme Court decision in the Hamden v. Rumsfield case dealing with Guantanimo Bay and the torture of prisoners, Bradbury told the committee "The President is always right."

See it for yourself.

Props: ThinkProgress.org.

Is this reminding anyone else of The Age of Nixon? Specifically, that famous quote, "Well, when the President does it, that means that it's not illegal." Yeah, well, the Supreme Court disagrees, even stacked as it is today.

The President is always right? Sheesh.

I hope you're not buying this, America.

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