Can you imagine a modern president vetoing a bill that created a policy he supported simply because it was unconstitutional?
It’s hard to imagine Barack Obama, Donald Trump, George Bush (either one), Bill Clinton, or any president past or present slapping down that veto. But that’s exactly what James Madison did.
Quite frankly, there is almost no fidelity to the #constitution today. @mmaharrey10th #truth pic.twitter.com/4TLoEKlfnN
— TenthAmendmentCenter (@TenthAmendment) October 7, 2020
For Further Reading
Is Federal Infrastructure Spending Unconstitutional?
James Madison Vetoes “Bonus Bill” as Unconstitutional
James Madison: Federal “Infrastructure” Spending is Unconstitutional
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