Obama Czar Cass Sunstein said Bush “undermined the Constituion”

Posted on June 5, 2010


Obama, Advisor Cass Sunstein Remarkably attacked Bush in 06 for “undermining the Constitution”


A 30-some minute 2006 documentary, “Quiet Revolution,” by the progressive Alliance for Justice, hosted by actor Bradley Whitford, decried the supposed Constitutional abuse by the Bush administration.  It was screened at the 2007 “Take Back America” conference, where the session description humorously notes an interview with a little known, apparently Irish, Senator “Barack O’bama.”


Remarkably, Cass Sunstein, now the regulatory czar a President O’bama, officially known as the head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, said the Bush administration and its like-minded justices on the Supreme Court (specifically Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia) are undermining the right to privacy.  By my count, that’s 2 on a court of nine justices.

Yes, the man that wants to “tax conspiracy theories,” put government-sponsored pop-ups on political blogs, and other Big Brothery things at one point was apparently concerned about the right to privacy.  Shows what a little power will do for you, I guess.  As Paul Joseph Watson wrote:

Essentially, Sunstein wants it to be written into law that the government can dictate the very nature of reality to Americans and that their opinions can only be voiced at best when accompanied by mandatory federal propaganda or at worst that Americans can be silenced entirely by federal decree

All in the defense of the Constitution and the right to free speech, naturally.  And this man had the gall to criticize the Bush administration?