"A dismaying aspect of the whole scene on campaign-finance reform is the running question of constitutionality," writes William F. Buckley. "Attention is being paid to a moral question: If the president believes that a bill is unconstitutional, or even that parts of it are unconstitutional, is he bound in conscience to veto it? What tends to recede from view are the questions: Is it a desirable law? Does President Bush think it is best for the country, or does he think it is a bad idea?-in which case, he should veto it."
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