Loopholes

It’s pretty damn bad when other legalese jihadi openly go after one of their own in their *profession*.

Where does every politician exploit their sworn Oath? “according to the best of his ability.”

Expediency and a decent line of Bee-esS will carry some places, however, AG Schuette can forget about a run for anything beyond local dog catcher in 2018.

Ps. sorry kid, but you’re still out in a wonk’s Left field. Obviously, age hasn’t helped the lad much.

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  5 comments for “Loopholes

  1. February 17, 2015 at 4:27 pm

    Whitbeck is spot on.

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  2. Graham
    February 23, 2015 at 9:17 am

    I believe you misread the article, probably thanks to the open-ended title. Judge Whitbeck was writing in SUPPORT of AG Schuette. I refer to this paragraph:

    These judges and justices are not closed-minded traditionalists. They see themselves, rightly, as supporting and defending the law that the people have made and the democratic process itself. Attorney General Bill Schuette is in good company as he discharges the oath that he twice so solemnly swore in front of the Capitol on those cold winter days.

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    • Corinthian Scales
      February 23, 2015 at 10:21 am

      No, Mr. Filler, there is no *misreading* on RightMi.com.

      And fellow Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer noted that, “‘The Constitution foresees the ballot box, not the courts, as the normal instrument for resolving differences and debates’ … in short, the ‘Constitution creates a democratic political system through which the people themselves must together find answers.’”

      Your boss, in his elected position, chose not to defend Article I § 25, which 'we the People' decided on November 2, 2004.

      In other words, are you stating that activist Judge Bernard Friedman's legalese word, which started it all, trumps 'we the People'?

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