Alan Keyes Raises An Interesting Question
If, for example, he were notified that a court sanctioned, racially motivated lynching was taking place across the street from the state House, he would be oath bound as chief executive to intervene to prevent the violation of constitutional right and integrity.
Even if a racist judge had ordered the hanging, as chief executive he would have a responsibility to the Florida constitution making it impossible for him to respect the judge's order, however well-decked-out in formal judicial garb.
In such a circumstance, if Jeb Bush ignored the constitutional violation and later pleaded that he was respecting the court order, his plea would have no more validity than the plea of Nazi generals that they were only obeying orders.
I recommend that you find some time to read the entire editorial, but I warn you: it is long!
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