Bush would not let his aides testify under oath and claimed executive privilege for everything, the fiasco with firing the attorneys, WMD'S, and even when Pat Tillman was killed.
Army Withheld Details About Tillman's Death
Bush also took an oath and swore to uphold our Constitution. He broke that oath by authorizing illegal wiretaps and such. See:
Bush challenges hundreds of laws
President cites powers of his office
Legal scholars say the scope and aggression of Bush's assertions that he can bypass laws represent a concerted effort to expand his power at the expense of Congress, upsetting the balance between the branches of government. The Constitution is clear in assigning to Congress the power to write the laws and to the president a duty ''to take care that the laws be faithfully executed."
Bush, however, has repeatedly declared that he does not need to ''execute" a law he believes is unconstitutional.
Just who gave Bush the power to decide what is or is not unconstitutional?