January 3, 2008

Esenberg completely alienates readership

Department of Waterboarded Prose
Those who criticize the executive's filling in interstices in the law in the areas of war and foreign policy rarely do so with respect to similar exercise discretion with respect to the domestic administrative state. She had a lot to say about post hoc limitations of the executive. — Marquette University's own Rick Esenberg's "impressionistic" rendering of remarks delivered by GMU law professor Neomi (not Naomi) Rao.

God willing, one of Esenberg's more devoted "ego wall" notables can translate. Calling Patrick McIlheran, cunning linguist.

1 comment:

grumps said...

I'm guessing he was in Perfesser McBride's writing class and this was his term paper.