Ga. governor to name special AG for health lawsuit
Why, you ask? Why hire a "Special AG" when you already got a perfectly good one?Speaking at a news conference Thursday, the Republican governor said he plans to assemble a team of pro bono lawyers to file the suit after Attorney General Thurbert Baker, a Democrat, declined Perdue's request to sue.
"I think in this economy, in this America that we all grew up in and love, forcing people to purchase things they don't want to purchase, I think, violates a constitutional right that they have," Perdue said.
Well, when the elected AG tells you:
The State does not have a viable legal claim.Baker wrote in a letter to the governor Wednesday that the state doesn't have "a viable legal claim" and that he didn't want to waste state resources in a time of budget crisis.
So, when you don't get the answer you want, hire someone to give you that answer... With Tax-payer dollars.