The key to being an effective president, George always thought, was to have your fingers in as many pies as possible. The Executive Branch had been his plaything for five years, and he had just taken over the Supreme Court. And this new Court would soon be handing over the Legislative Branch, line by line.
[Why is this fiction? Let's just say that when Thomas and Ginsburg are on the same side of a 6-3 decision, that decision probably isn't going anywhere. This post has been brought to you by this wonderful post from Sean's blog.]