The Future of Litigation
To the best of my knowledge this hasn't happened yet, but I'm curious, when it does happen(and it will) how will you react.
Should politicians be held personally and legally accountable for campaign promises. That is to say, should a politician elected on his stance on taxes, that shows no good faith effort to follow through with his promises or even reverses that position, face disciplinary or litigious action? Is it that we've become so accustomed to taking campaign promises for granted as lies, that it never occurs to us to demand a higher standard, would campaign promises be protected under the first amendment, or is the whole idea so rife with ambiguity as to be inapplicable?