To: Robert Drobot; Sherman Logan
That jackass is not elected as an at-large representative of America you nincompoop. He doesn't represent the people of these united States of America. He represents the citizens of Arizona.
Before you start the next time you should be certain of the facts.
Fact is McCain IS a representative of the US at large and is not subject to recall at all, nor to any state laws to the contrary.
While I do not like the amendment that makes this so, it is law and he doesn't have to do squat for Arizona if he chooses not to.
posted on 07/25/2012 7:27:16 AM PDT
(Choice is an illusion created between those with power - and those without)
To: bill1952; Sherman Logan; All
"Recalls against federal officials are not legally binding, and McCain would not be required to leave office if Arizona voters rejected him in a recall election. But state law allows federal elected officials to file statements with the Arizona Secretary of States Office pledging to resign if they lose a recall election, and McCain has filed such a statement.
"No federal elected official in Arizona has ever faced a recall election. McCain critics on both sides of the aisle have pursued several unsuccessful recalls against him in recent years." -- AZCapitolTimes.com
posted on 07/25/2012 8:26:38 AM PDT
by Robert Drobot
(Quaeras de dubiis, legem bene discere si vis)
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