The Senator's sudden interest in the US Constitution is a study in left-wing hypocrisy...and what would a Tea Party story be without charges of racism?
By: Alex Isenstadt
April 5, 2010 11:10 PM EDT
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) is asking the New Jersey Supreme Court to stop a tea party-led effort to recall him from office.
His office announced Monday evening that Menendez was appealing to the state's highest court to rule that the recall effort is unconstitutional since the U.S. Constitution does not explicitly allow for the recall of sitting U.S. senators.
"Mainstream New Jerseyans believe deeply in the U.S. Constitution, which for more than 200 years has made ours the greatest form of government in world history," said Afshin Mohamadi, a Menendez spokesman. "This attack on the Constitution undermines our uniquely
Tags: Tea Party, recall effort, New Jersey, Senator Robert Menendez, race card, constitution, health care reform, ObamaCare, hypocrisy
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