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Comment lame (Score 4, Insightful) 184

The Trump connection here is lame. For one thing, it's another month and a half before Trump takes office, and this will have blown over by then. For another, it wasn't Trump who was threatening to go to war over cyber attacks - that was Clinton. But beyond that, the US doesn't have some kind of Cyber Mutual Defense treaty with KSA. This is a challenge for the king of that country - the US isn't obligated to do anything.

Comment Re: Valid (Score 1) 590

Again... a ruling by a court says the constitution grants that power to the courts. But it doesn't. You can read thing thing from start to finish and not find any sign of it. Once you start reading "implied" things into document you're off in television preacher land. I know it's not controversial today because that's the way it's been for many years, but in the 19th century it was.

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