Tuesday, October 26, 2004

The Supreme Court Question

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One of the issues in this election that is getting very little coverage until now is the probability that at least two, maybe three vacancies will open up on the United States Supreme Court in the next four years. The recent cancer surgery of William Rehnquist has brought this issue back up in the media.

Rehnquist is 80, John Paul Stevens is 84 and Sandra Day O'Connor is 74. The idea of John Kerry being the one to nominate three justices to the Supreme Court should be enough to send shivers down the spine of anyone who cares about the United States Constitution. Aside from the War on Terror, no decision by the next president is more important.

Both candidates will spend taxpayer money into oblivion and both will have to run all of their proposals through the same Congress. The federal government is not going to change that much under Kerry or Bush, but the Supreme Court appointments will last for decades.

George Bush will nominate judges that actually believe that the Constitution is the supreme law of the land. John Kerry has already said that he will appoint justices who will interpret the Constitution according to our laws, not interpret the laws according to the Constitution. He has it exactly backwards, and that is unspeakably dangerous to our Republic. . The Poodle's appointments will last 20, maybe 30 years. Who do you want making those choices? That's what I thought. "

If you want to know why you should be a conservative, THIS IS THE REASON. The breakdown of our system of laws due to "activist" judges will ultimately be the total breakdown of our society.

When the majority of Citizens of this nation get to where they feel there IS NO JUSTICE in the nation, you will have ANARCHY. The Citizenry will ultimately take justice into their own hands. Not a pleasant thought....

We are an incredibly diverse nation, and we work together well. There are always spats between members of our family, but there are rules we live by. If we lose respect for the rules, or if the rules are changed to benefit one group over another, we risk tearing the fabric of our Nation.


Blogger Middle_America said...

Glad you put this back in the spotlight. Most are looking myopically at the race without the realization of all the impact the nominee will be.

I continue to shiver at the thought of Kerry in the office.

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