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June 29, 2015



At least Ken Paxton is an authentic conservative. He puts his personal philosophy above the Constitutional function of the highest court in the country.

Anne J

Aren't Attorney Generals required to uphold the laws of the United States?

Peter G

Technically yes. But then the Confederacy was technically not permitted to secede.

Peter G

I must say I do appreciate the irony of Attorney General Paxton insistence that "Texas must speak with one voice against this lawlessness,...." for that would seem to dictate the end of the first amendment he claims to admire. I wonder if he will prosecute those who dare to speak otherwise.


As a fellow Texan, I completely agree with our dear AG. And Mr. Paxton, I'm happy for that one voice to be yours.

Peter G

And maybe for the same reason, so am I.

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