Kate Zernike is mystified about this "rule of law" thing Tea Party activists talk about. (Scare quotes for "rule of law" and "property rights" are in the original article.) How soon they forget Scott Horton or Dahlia Lithwick or Tom Geoghegan or Philip Heymann or many others criticizing the Bush administration over its supposed disregard for the "rule of law." See also Stoll, Carney, Boudreaux.
NY Times: "Rule of law" and "property rights" are nutty Tea Party ideas
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