The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016
Bork did the right thing in carrying out the lawful order of his president.
The president may or may not have obstructed justice. His order was still a lawful order and someone had to carry it out.
Bork was right to do it.
Nader v Bork
It was illegal... says the courts.
Supreme Court precedents were cited in Nader v. Bork; the Court has held that an executive department may not discharge one of its officers in a manner inconsistent with its own regulations. Under the Department of Justice special prosecutor charter, Mr. Cox could only be removed for ''extraordinary impropriety.'' Yet Mr. Bork chose to override Supreme Court interpretations in favor of his own narrow interpretation of the charter.
Nader is the mutha-****in' man.