Attorney Generals Play By Their OWN Rules
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “What they are actively doing is they are removing, they are piece by piece dismantling the sovereignty and the existence of other bodies of governance. They are making it so that a state can no longer — you used the term abrogate. They are abrogating the actions of the people through their state legislatures, through their ballot initiatives. They are abrogating republicanism.” Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Begin Mike Church Show Transcript
Mike: I thought we were always talking about “the greatest country in the history of Earth,” wherein I have explained to you today, through the story with the NFL and now through this one:
Attorney General Eric Holder has given the nod to his state counterparts that they do not have to defend laws against constitutional court challenges if they consider them discriminatory — effectively giving the green light for states to stop defending bans on gay marriage.
Mike: This is an assault on the sovereignty of the states and of state legislatures. Virginia is already having to deal with this. I asked a member of the Virginia Assembly, the Commonwealth of Virginia, what he intended to do with his attorney general who is refusing to acknowledge that the Virginia Constitution was amended in 2008, Amendment 15A was added to the constitution, in a very rigid manner, defining what a marriage is. There is no definition or no use of that definition that would ever apply to Stan and Dan, to Laurie and Janie. Not going to happen. Virginia did this intentionally. The voters approved it intentionally.
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Mike: Kenny, you’re an attorney and you argue these things, it sounds like, in courts of law. Let me, the amateur, help you out for a moment. It’s not taking the freedoms away. What they are actively doing is they are removing, they are piece by piece dismantling the sovereignty and the existence of
other bodies of governance. They are making it so that a state can no longer — you used the term abrogate. They are abrogating the actions of the people through their state legislatures, through their ballot initiatives. They are abrogating republicanism. They are abrogating it now with this action, with Holder telling the state attorney generals: Just ignore what your state has on the books. Just ignore it. As my buddy Jason Thompson says, an attorney, that sounds to him like soliciting sedition. He’s telling the attorney generals to break their own state’s law.
Caller Kenny: It is soliciting sedition. It’s, in my opinion, truly illegal behavior. It’s emasculating states’ rights. It’s taking the legislative, the executive, and the judicial and wrapping it up into one aspect of government, the executive. They used to call that a king.
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Mike: That’s exactly right. Kenny, I’ve got to go. I’m out of time, but I’m glad that you called. Thank you very much for helping me out with the lawyerly part of this. Folks, this is why this is the top story in today’s Pile of Prep. It ought to be the number one story. Lose all your other Facebook stuff. Yes, we talked about the Arizona case because I believe that that’s similar, because Arizona is telling the Arizona attorney general, and he’s basically telling Jan Brewer: Ignore your legislature. In other words, ignore the people. Ignore the sovereignty of the people. And ignore your oath of office.
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