Okay, now my question goes as follows. A presidential Veto is something that should hopefully be used sparingly, because a president that uses a veto too freely is basically stating that he refuses to listen to the rest of his goverment. Bush has already threatened to veto any number of bills that conflict with his own views, which imo creates a somewhat dangerous situation where a single individual, in this case the sitting president, is actually ignoring the elected representatives of his countries people.
Surely in a 'by the people for the people' type of goverment, the head of goverment cannot simply ignore the rest of it's goverment on any concistent basis?
Assuming Bush goes through with his veto, does the rest of the goverment have any recourse, or will this simpoly prove very publicly that Bush feels he doesn't have to listen to the rest of the goverment, and if so doesn't that through the concept of checks and balances out of whack?