That is a reason which falls under the category of "whatever reason".
See, I don't think that's true.
I think it's blatantly obvious that withholding vetoes for sexual favors is obviously illegal.
So I cannot get on board with the idea that a Gov can veto for any reason whatsoever.
The actual charges are laid out in the indictment.
"Asking for a resignation" is not among the charges.
There are only two charges. Neither one of the charges is "asking for a resignation".
It's totally awesome that you have all of these defenses for Perry.
Unfortunately, most of these defenses you're offering for Perry are defenses for charges which are not being made.