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I agree with almost everything you say here - this is a road we manifestly do not want to go down. And the Dems will scream the loudest when the shoe is inevitably on the other foot.

However, I'm not sold that the honorable thing to do is for such people to resign, if they do not wish to serve the president. Their ultimate duty is not to the president, but the people, or the constitution, or the country - though they may serve at the pleasure of the president. The honorable thing to do is to be open and upfront about the errors they think the administration is making, and perhaps openly refuse to do, on principle, what they think is injurious to the country. Then may then, of course, be fired or asked to resign.

eric Schliesser

I think the piece is evidence that these people are subverting the cobstitution.

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