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Byline: Waldo Proffitt
The Constitution established three separate branches of government, with the powers of each defined so that no single branch could rule without restraint or responsibility.
The voters have a right to expect that Congress will restrain an irresponsible president. Each house has failed to act in a way expected by the Founding Fathers to keep this nation a republic.
Last November voters repudiated the Bush administration and the Republican majority in Congress in an election dominated by the issue of Iraq --specifically the desire of a majority of Americans to end our occupation.
President Bush has made clear that he …