Generally speaking, a party tries to exhaust all other alternatives in resolving a dispute before committing to a lawsuit. In this case, if the governess says NO, the parties requesting the documentation can hopefully publicize her refusal and the fact that such refusal is in defiance of her own state attorneys’ legal device. The governess is a well known public figure and getting her involved figures to increase the public exposure of the issue. That's especially true if she's running for the US Senate, which I've heard she may plan to do.
All she has to do is order Departments and the State Attorney General to enforce Hawaii’s own laws and statutes, period. That hasn’t been done, as far as I know and I’ve was reading the results of Leo’s and Miss Tickly’s efforts along those lines. Anyway, Rahm Emmanuel has publicly stated that “Hawaii is ours”. It seems to me that the ‘governess’ hasn’t had to say NO; her lack of action on this issue is expressive enough.
posted on 12/25/2009 2:26:54 PM PST
(NO Foreign Nationals as our President!!)
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