The constitution is a delivering document. It doesn’t say a lot of things. ... like no prescription for recall. ... therefore what applies is that what is not in the Constitution is left to the states. This court was wrong big time.
I meant delimiting document (Constitution).
That would have been prior to the 17th Amendment, of course. I read the 17th as forbidding states from such a move.
The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, elected by the people thereof, for six years;
The Constitution is *very* specific about the length of Senate terms. It took over a century since its ratification for any state to claim the right to recall, and the notion was immediately shot down; after almost another century some people forgot and proposed it again, but it is still wrong.