Hosts Jesse and Cody the recent prisoner swap, five Gitmo detainees for Bowe Bergdahl, and the calls for Obama to be impeached for circumventing the law calling for Congressional notification in advance of any releases from Gitmo.
While any breach of the law by the Executive Office is serious, we examine many of the actions of past President's, including Nixon's scuttling of Vietnam Peace talks in 1968, Reagan and Iran-Contra, Bush I and Noriega, Clinton and Waco, Bush II and Obama and their domestic intelligence programs, to show such activity by the Executive Branch is quite common and incredibly serious, affecting all of our civil liberties and conditioning the national psyche to accept such flagrant abuse, leaving us to ponder what must be done to rectify this problem?
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