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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Tim Carney
This week, Secretary of State John F. Kerry came before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to make his case for war with Syria — a war that a majority of Americans don't want, the administration still can't clearly justify and for which Mr. Kerry himself made a very poor case.
In his Wisconsin victory speech April 3, Mitt Romney said, "Washington has to become an ally of business, not the opposition of business."
The Washington Examiner's Tim Carney writes: "Some members of Congress say they'll support a limited strike on Syria. But this is a fantasy. It relies on limiting two things that naturally defy limit: war and presidential power."
As Tim Carney writes, Mr. Romney's friend-of-business rhetoric fails "to tap into the broad perception in this country, from Left to Right, that the game is rigged in favor of the well-connected and the too-big-to-fail."