Max Baucus Drunk – and a Petition to Recall

Circulating on the internet:

“If you cannot drive drunk, how in the hell can you legally vote on health care while stumbling drunk?”

You would think at this point, he would just resign, out of utter embarrassment!  However, here is some more incentive to rid ourselves of this political parasite.

“Petition to Potentially Recall U.S. Senator Max Baucus, (D) Montana Petition”

Pass this link to everyone you know in Montana.  Thanks Jim and Gloria!


7 Responses to Max Baucus Drunk – and a Petition to Recall

  1. Dusty says:

    baucus and everyone associated with this terrorist health care bill should be recalled and put to trial as terrorists terrorizing our great country!

  2. Jeff Walden says:

    You can’t recall a US Senator; there’s no mechanism in the Constitution to allow it. The Montana law I’ve seen claimed to permit it would apply only to Montana officials subordinate to the Montana government, not to a US Senator subordinate to the federal government and the Constitution, even if he represents Montana.

    Incidentally, this came up a couple weeks back regarding Lieberman, from the other side of the aisle:

    I’m not saying Montana *wouldn’t* be better off with another senator than Baucus, but it just ain’t gonna happen via recall.

    • Heather says:

      Wrong. Go read the 9th and 10th amendments. This would be a right reserved to the states or to the people.

      The way the Constitution was written to work is this: If the Constitution does not specifically say fedgov can do a thing, then fedgov can’t do it. If the Constitution doesn’t specifically say a certain thing is reserved to the people, and ALSO doesn’t specifically say it IS a thing reserved to fedgov, then it belongs to the people or to the states, but NOT to fedgov.

  3. alt news says:

    alt news…

    […]Max Baucus Drunk – and a Petition to Recall « The Montana Conservative[…]…

  4. Dean moore says:

    nine states including Montana have the internal process in place to remove a federal representative. the congresscritters are employed by the people of the state, not the federal government and serve at their leisure. the states created the federal government to serve them, not the other way around. I wish the other 41 states had the guts to assert some of their sovereignty in this manner.

    • moncon1776 says:

      After Congress voted for the Patriot Act on steroids, the NDAA (which includes both of Montana’s Senators and the only Representative), this issue is addressed on a recent post. See this thread:

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