When the Illinois state supreme court declined to declare Gov. Rod Blagojevich unfit to serve at the attorney general’s request, I though it was the right decision. The argument that the fallout from his crimes was comparable to a debilating illness seemed a stretch, at least based on the written law. Blagojevich’s actions are rightly dealt with by other elected officials through the impeachment process. And allowing the court to boot an elected governor from office is a power that seems ripe for abuse, if not a judicial coup.
But I am beginning to wonder if Blagojevich might not in fact be stark, raving mad.
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