Question 1: Rather, Rumsfeld
was dually employed as ________ at the same $42,500 salary,
a position presumably outside the scope of the Clause. [30 ]
Question 3: The Saxbe fix has subsequently become
relevant as a successful—though not universally accepted—solution
for appointments by presidents of both parties of sitting members
of the United States Congress to the ________.
Senator [44 ] ________, who felt the bar was not
avoidable by legislation,
explained his position at the time: "[The clause is] so clear that
it can't be waived.... [36 ]
Question 6: According to , "appointed"
means at the moment of nomination for civil office, not at the time
of approval. ________
Although Chief Justice [87 ] ________ stated that appointments by
the President are completely voluntary, there are restrictions on
his statutory authority.
Question 8: The most likely claimant would be an individual who has been
adversely affected by a discretionary decision under the nominee's
authority—-for example someone denied a ________.
Question 9: Subsequently, Jimmy Carter became the first Democratic President
to use a Saxbe fix when he appointed Senator ________ as
his Secretary of State.
Question 10: The courts have dismissed suits contesting the appointments of
( , 302 U.S. Ex parte