NOn certo quella americana, commenta il WSJ:
"One of the more amusing Beltway fictions is the periodic alarm about the 'imperial Presidency.' If only. Nowadays Presidents barely have the power to appoint a government, as the White House showed again this week by announcing an extraordinary 17 recess appointments.
These are appointments made when Congress is not in session. And President Bush had every right to resort to this power because the Senate, which is supposed to give his nominees up or down votes, showed no sign of fulfilling this advise and consent obligation any time soon."