James Mills claims that Attorney General Thurbert Baker has violated the constitution of Georgia by refusing to sue the United States over the healthcare reform. 

I know that it is hard for simple men like James to read and understand the constitution but we thought he didn’t a little primer in how it works in this case.

Section V Paragraph IV  Attorney General; duties. 

The attorney general shall act as the legal advisor of the executive department, shall represent the state in the Supreme Court in all capital felonies and in all civil and criminal cases in any court when required  by the Governor and shall perform such other duties as shall be required by law.

Now the constituion of Georgia does give power to remove from office any public official who breaks the law.  So Mr. Mills, what law has the Attorney General broken? Not agreeing with you.  Unlike you, Mr. Baker is trying to save money.  Why should we as a state spend money we find out what we already know?  Besides, if there is any merit to the case surely the other 15 states can bring it to light.

The AG upheld his responsibilities to advise the Governor by telling him it would be a waste of money.  There is no civil or criminal trial where the state of Georgia has a vested interest so it is the AG’s discretion whether to file.

By the way Mr. Mills, even if you make the argument that he is in violation based on the “other duties” clause, the constitution does not give you the authority to impeach the AG for such a aggregious action. 

Once again, I have spent time from my life explaining to a low-life dim-witted politician who doesn’t read legislation much less the constitution.  Mr. Mills the world is round, billion does have nine zeroes, and you sir are an idiot.