We’ve already noted that Congressman Bob Goodlatte, R-Roanoke County, will lead the House reading of the Constitution starting tomorrow morning.
That impending event has received a lot of national press, including an appearance by Goodlatte on The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell.
It even looks like Democrats will get a chance to get in on the reading, too.
Here’s what we’re wondering at the Blue Ridge Caucus, though:
Who gets to read what parts of the Constitution?
Because we’ve got to imagine there’s a mad dash behind the scenes right now.
Since Goodlatte is starting out, he’ll get some or all of the Preamble.
But what happens after that?
Who gets to read the Second Amendment?
Maybe just as important, who do they rope into reading the 16th Amendment?
What do you think? Who should read what? Does it matter? Will we see the video from this again, in a different context, during the 2012 elections?