Recently we had a case in Arizona where the former County Attorney of Maricopa County was disbarred by the Arizona Supreme Court. Without going over every detail of the 247 page judgement, I would like to talk about what the Supreme Court said on pp 42:
"34. Mr. Thomas claims that the voting public’s “right to know” justifies his June 14, 2006 press release. Indeed, in his post-hearing memorandum, Mr. Thomas strenuously argues that his belief that the “voters” were “his ultimate client” to whom he owed his “ultimate loyalty” was both objectively and subjectively reasonable. He provides no authority, factual or legal, to support this proposition, which is not surprising. Mr. Thomas could not be more wrong."
The arrogance of the Supreme Court is astonishing. If the government's ultimate loyalty is not to the citizens of this country, then who the f&*k does it belong too? Maybe "voter" is not the exact word Thomas should have used, but we all know who he's talking about.
"He provides no authority, factual or legal, to support this proposition, which is not surprising. Mr. Thomas could not be more wrong."
He could not be more right, every document drawn up by the founding fathers drills this into this country's foundation, that the government ultimately belongs to, and serves at the pleasure of the People of the United States. What the hell do they need to "support this proposition?" If they don't understand this inconvenient truth they have no business judging anything.