I guess you're like Obama, and don't know the Presidential Oath of Orifice.
He swears to uphold the Constitution.
Cain't do that if he's busy signing bills that clearly violate the Constitution into law.
I've noticed a bazillion times where I said the Congress can override the vetos on these items.
You've ignored that a bazillion times because you can't address it in any manner without revealing the partisan nature of your willing intransigient ignorance.
Anyway, it's been asked, answered, asked, answered, asked, answered, asked, answered, asked, answered, asked, answered, asked, answered, asked, answered, and answered again until you've saturated the thread with boredom.
Ain't said a thing to discount the needful validity of the Line Item Veto, but you just keep repeating refuted arguments.
Got anything new to add, or is that your best shot?
Also, it doesn't matter for the purposes of the Line Item Veto Amendment. The congress puts some item in a bill, that's either necessary or not, and the president eithe vetos it, or not. If it's vetoed, the congress gets to vote to override the veto.
It's not complicated. It's simple enought that even a Democrat graduated from a Public School can understand it if he makes an effort to be honest.
Well....okay, that would have to be an EXCEPTIONAL Democrat, most of whom can't understand why anyone would want that poor innocent little budget to be cut anywhere, except for that naaasssty defense budget.
I don't waste a lot of time explaining why there's air. I figure if you need it you'll do you best to figure out what it is.
Damn Good Reason #2: Thirty Straight Years of Congressional Refusal to limit spending to revenues (no, Clinton never had a "surplus", don't post that lie unless you like looking foolish and gullible). Congress refuses to fix the problem. If not Congress, who? Not the courts. Budget matters certainly don't belong there. Only one left is the Prez, dude.
Damn Good Reason #3: Democrats oppose it. It HAS to be good for the country if the Democrats don't like it. (okay, that's not strictly true, but it's really really close to being an absolute.)
Damn Good Reason #4: You can't come up with a good reason not to do it.