Here's the report from Dan Froomkin at the Washington Post today:
"Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling, definitively curbing the Bush White House's assertion of nearly unlimited executive power in a time of war, puts the other two branches of government back in business.
The Republican-controlled Congress, which has remained resolutely blind, deaf and dumb as President Bush took national security matters entirely into his own hands, now has little choice but to rouse itself to some sort of action.
And in reasserting the rule of law, the high court has opened the way to what could be major legal action over other executive branch violations of established statutes -- about domestic spying, for instance. The ruling even raises the possibility that U.S. forces and Bush administration officials could be tried for war crimes."
War crimes are probably too much to ask...I'll settle for Americans simply waking up and realizing that it's important to vote to ensure we keep some semblance of reality in the Courts. Today we had a modium of success. We'll keep our fingers crossed for more.