Hon, you have offered nothing that should be confused with facts, only the assertion that he has to, not the same thing. You have yet to show me one statute or constitutional requirement proving yourself right. I showed you that his oath of office simply doesn't say what you believe it does.He is required to defend it. You can deny the facts all you want, but that wonít change them.
Already addressed this particularly annoying whine of yours. You really should read the posts you claim to be replying to sweetie, you might look less foolish.And again, itís really none of your damn business. You should keep your nose in Kansas and try to overturn your own Constitution which also denies recognizing homosexual relationships as marriage.
It really isn't my fault you slept through civics sweetie, but one of the AG's chief duties is to provide his legal opinion on issues concerning the state, INCLUDING whether or not a law or amendment is constitutional or not.Bullshit. He is NOT the stateís chief legal authority, and he has no power whatsoever to deem any law unconstitutional.
No? Really? Is this really something you imagine that I wasn't aware of?In fact, heís not even part of the Judicial branch of our state government.
You're right and an idiot all in just one sentence. He's the state's chief law enforcement official hon.He is an Executive branch officer who holds no legal authority whatsoever.
If a state official were to act in a manner contrary to his opinion, they do have the force of law.He can give opinions, but they have no force of law.
And yet, I clearly know about it than you do, so what does that say about you?As Iíve told you many times, you donít know jack shit about our state government.
You keep claiming that even though it has been disproved time and time again. THAT is the end of the story.That being said, if the AG chooses not to defend challenges to our state's Constitution, he is not doing his job nor is he honoring his oath of office. End of story.