The Prosecution of Nancy Pelosi and how it would focus on the constitution

September 14, 2010 12:23

What would happen if such a piece of legislation calling for the prosecution of Pelosi were introduced in, say, a newly Republican-run House of Representatives come January?

By at The American Spectator


‘In The Ruling Class: How They Corrupted America and What We Can Do About It, Angelo Codevilla provides an excellent idea. Turn the tables on those who have shown a repeated determination to ignore the Constitution.’

‘One of the best methods to teach on this issue, although surely not the only method, is to take Pelosi’s disdain for the Constitution and use Pelosi herself to illustrate just how important the Constitution is and why we need to return to a serious understanding of it. And — horrors! — abide by it.’

‘The Pelosi Prosecution hearings should be a wide open exploration of the U.S. Constitution itself. And not something just designed for a congressional hearing room, either. This is the moment to enlist the aid of colleges, foundations, and others in initiating discussions of the Constitution across America and in the media.’

‘There is a veritable cornucopia of witnesses who could put a spotlight on the Constitution, its proper use — and its abuse.’

‘Not to be forgotten in a Pelosi prosecution are the sentiments of President Obama on the Constitution, as he expressed them when still an Illinois state senator back in 2001. On January 18, 2001 in a public radio interview Obama said:’


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