If legislative officials are proven corrupt should their work be allowed to stand?
If legislative officials were not qualified to serve but did anyway; should their decisions and laws be allowed to stand? This representative missed a very important point with regard to United States law. Can that negligence be stated to amount to treason?
Should the laws of treasonous officials who got away with it be allowed to stand; if indeed they are readily proven unconstitutional?
If a legislative officials violated the United States law should there legislation and acts be allowed to stand?
Just because a President doesn't understand the United States Constitution does not give him leeway to defy it!
Just because a President doesn't like the United States Constitution doesn't mean he should be granted artistic license to defy it!
You were hired to do a job. You don't get to interpret how that job is to be done outside the parameters of how it is to be done! That is an impeachable offense.
Just because no one will impeach you does not mean that you still belong in office.
Can the United States Constitution be interpreted to mean that those who do not want to comply with it should be evicted in order to protect it?
Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 08 05 2015 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com