Founding Foresight

Here’s Tom Cotton on the Founding Fathers’ extraordinary foresight

The Founding Fathers insisted that Congress have the power to ensure that no president, whoever he or she may be, can make a binding international agreement, especially one about nuclear weapons, with the world’s worst state sponsor of terrorism.

I’d be tremendously surprised if Washington and Jefferson and company had actually said all that. 

But hey, that may be because my understanding of the Constitution is murky. I’ll be waiting by my mailbox for clarification.