Updated on Sat, February 14, 2009 at 21:54 by Mark "Snooper" Harvey
Updated on Sat, February 14, 2009 at 21:59 by Mark "Snooper" Harvey
Judicial Watch Announces Hillary Clinton Constitutionally Ineligible to Serve as Secretary of State (12.2.08)
Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit Challenging Hillary Clinton Appointment on Behalf of State Department Foreign Service Officer (1.29.09)
The issue is The United States Constitution but, don't let that get in the way, because as Gabriel Malor states over at Ace of Spades: (there is precedent)
[...] Is the case going to get anywhere? Doubtful. They let William Saxbe get away with it in the 1970s, so there's precedent. Also, who has standing? As with the Obama Birther lawsuits, it's difficult to find someone who has suffered injury to a protected interest. [...]
So, because something was done unconstitutionally and illegally before, it is OK to do it again? That kind of round-robin buffoonery is what has gone wrong in this Nation. The attitude now is, "Hey. We did it before so it is OK to do it now." I'll remember that when I get my next speeding ticket. All I need to do is go to court and say, "Hey. I was speeding last week and it was fine. What's the difference?"
What does the US Constitution expressly state? Article 1, Section 6: