According to the American Bar Association, when the President of the United States signs a bill into law that has been overwhelming passed by the Senate, then goes back and adds "exceptions" to the parts of the bills that don't quite fit in with the neo-con perspective, in order to avoid that pesky veto/override procedure that can be so very embarrassing to a President who cannot even muster support for his agenda from his own party, then that action is against the law. In fact, it is considered contradictory to the intent of the Constitution and is yet another means by which this current Administration continues to erode the Democratic process.
Good to know.
Thanks for the 411.
(Can we please impeach this mo-fo now?)