You know it's a bad day in hell when the Zombie who knows best calls b. Hussein out for his power grab.
West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd (and I use the term "senator" loosely), in his own nutty way, railed at the president over his appointment of White House federal policy czars as a power grab by the executive branch. In a letter to b. Hussein, Byrd wrote:
As presidential assistants and advisers, these White House staffers are not accountable for their actions to the Congress, to cabinet officials, and to virtually anyone but the president. They rarely testify before congressional committees, and often shield the information and decision-making process behind the assertion of executive privilege. In too many instances, White House staff have been allowed to inhibit openness and transparency, and reduce accountability.That's quite rich coming from a former Exalted Cyclops in the Klu Klux Klan. It's actually one of his saner moments. And, as a result, Robert, I want to say to you, from the bottom of my pinky hangnail, "Thank God, for you. THANK GOD, for you," as you did about Senator Edward "I don't drive too well, but I'm a great swimmer" Kennedy some months ago: