Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Daryl Metcalfe R-Pa – Another NeoCon Sucking on the Government Tit In Pennsylvania – Wants to Harass I Mean Impeach Female State Attorney General Kathleen Kane

Another Bush Era “Christian” sponge on the government tit for so long, he thinks he is entitled to his $78,000 per year gubmint job plus benefits while Lord-ing all over the rest of inferior non-white, non-burb Pennsylvania.

Rep Daryl Metcalfe is always 100% right even if his district is only 98.6% white. lol

In June 2013, after the Defense of Marriage Act had been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, openly gay state representative Brian Sims tried to make a speech in the Pennsylvania House supporting the decision. Metcalfe, who was one of several representatives who blocked Sims from speaking, said ”I did not believe that as a member of that body that I should allow someone to make comments such as he was preparing to make that ultimately were just open rebellion against what the word of God has said, what God has said, and just open rebellion against God’s law.”

Just another two-bit NeoCon Tea Party tin plated god. Oh Yeah!

Metcalfe circulated a memo to his colleagues Monday, letting them know he plans on introducing a resolution containing articles of impeachment against Pennsylvania's Attorney General, Kathleen Kane.

 The reason: Kane's decision over the summer not to defend the state against a federal lawsuit seeking to overturn Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage. At the time, Kane said she could not defend a law that she found to be "wholly unconstitutional."

 Metcalfe argues that Kane is abandoning the duties and responsibilities of her job, which include defending the state's laws, whether she agrees with them or not. Others have echoed the criticism, but no one has gone as far as seeking to impeach her.

 "Impeachment is a rarely used, but extremely important, tool to address misbehavior in office," Metcalfe wrote in the memo. "Attorney General Kane’s violation of her constitutional, statutory, and ethical duties cannot be tolerated if our system of government is to work properly."

 A spokesman for Kane could not be immediately reached for comment.


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