Senator Sessions

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SEN. SESSIONS: Do you know where 'The power to sue is the power to destroy' came from?
JUDGE ROBERTS: I know where 'The power to *tax* is the power to destroy' came from ...

Sessions is self-referencing! STOP HIM!

Seriously, check it out, he says, "States can only be sued on grounds that they agree to be sued on, because the power to sue is the power to destroy. That is constitutional history." But he is the only one Google can find saying it, at all, ever, except for one guy on a discussion about file swapping. That's it. All those references on,, and (obviously) are his. Constitutional history?

Just ... dude.

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