Sensenbrenner is out of control

This guy has to be defeated.

First it was the family snitch law and now this:

"In an extraordinary move, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee privately demanded last month that the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago change its decision in a narcotics case because he didn't believe a drug courier got a harsh enough prison term."

Who the hell does this guy think he is? Has be never heard of separation of powers?

"The panel cites no authority for this bizarre proposition and I am aware of none" Senlessbrenner wrote to the court.

The court replied by citing a Supreme Court case that showed Sensenbrenner was wrong.

Interesting question as to whether the court could take action against his law license for this.

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