Two weeks ago, we uncovered details of Gov. Steve Beshear's illegal and unconstitutional plans to blow at least $21.5 million of state money on ObamaCare in the first six months of 2014. Beshear's own attorney entered details of this plan into the court record, though he apparently didn't even realize he did it.
evidence of this illegal activity fall into my lap was somewhat unexpected.
Hitting a stone wall of resistance when asking budget staffers for Beshear's legal
justification was not.
But it was a very funny surprise
this morning to get a strongly-worded email from Beshear's attorney telling me
to stop snooping around or else.
In his letter, attorney Patrick Hughes for the
Governor informed me that he had previously "outlined the appropriate
protocols for information requests in pending litigation." This weightless
piece of legalese means the Governor doesn't want me asking questions. He goes
on to say "the above-referenced litigation is currently pending in the
Kentucky Court of Appeals, and as such, the discovery period has
What Beshear's goon fails to realize is my latest question
doesn't involve this case at all, but the next one -- should it be necessary.
Kentucky's Medicaid expansion under ObamaCare is already illegal. If the state
Supreme Court doesn't resolve that issue this year, then next year they will
have to deal with the illegal expenditure of state funds, a legally distinct
issue. We have Beshear on his heels, but he is clinging to the hope we somehow
won't notice and won't stay engaged in the fight. Please support the effort by
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