Facts:No, you're wrong, but even if you were right, and you're not, the proper venue would be a civil proceeding to get a court. The dangerous precedent would be to resolve a political question in CRIMINAL courts. That's ridiculously dangerous on so many levels.
I'm telling you, this is how its going down: NONJUSTICIABLE POLITICAL QUESTION. Perry will not be scathed in criminal court (he might pay a political price, but his political actions have natural political consequences). Its so bad that whoever is instigating this better distance themselves because its BAD, its not just bid, its truly frivolous as in ****ING RIDICULOUS BAD, its so bad that the BETTER DEBATE is about what the consequence to the prosecutors are going to be.
1. Veto is not limitless. An executive can't veto a bill because they don't like X's face and want them to quit. That's unethical.
2. Perry has made it clear that his opposition is personal not in anyway legislative.
3. His reasons for veto will not stand in any court.