I never thought I would live to see what is now happening to America. Yes, the markers have been around for a long time. I’ve seen and experienced the leftward shift in our courts, observed presidents and justices paying homage to international law. I watched as the people-at-large ignore the idiots in government trample on the 9th and 10th Amendments. And yes, there has been many times in history –all the way back to Thomas Jefferson—when constitutional intent was ignored.
But all the while there was a modicum of constitutional respect shown by a reasonable number of representatives, and there was always the chance of our courts coming to the rescue when they were naughty.
No more. We have “change” on steroids: the rules have abruptly changed; the playing field is been redecorated; the goals have been completely redefined. And I fear Natural Liberty no longer has a chair at the negotiating table.
Anyone remember learning about Lady Justice when they were in grade school? The scale symbolizes weighing the facts, while the blindfold reminds us justice is suppose to be blind to all issues that may seem to make any one of us unequal; thus, equal justice under the law no matter the race, creed, national origin, sex, or level of wealth.
A rich white man and a poor minority woman are to be seen under our court system as total equals. So if such is true, doesn’t that mean there’s no need –no authority—for our courts to force an equality, when it already exists?
Obama has cried out on many occasions promising a more empathetic court jurist. Empathetic towards whom? The rich or the poor? Wouldn’t empathy have to be “distributed” equally? And if such were dispensed equally, is it then still discoverable?
Does the following sound like a quote from someone you would want to be wearing a black robe:
“I would hope that a wise Caucasian man with the richness of his experience would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a black female …” or
“I would hope that a wise gay woman with the richness of her experience would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a Hispanic male …” or
“I would hope that a wise mulado man with the richness of his experience would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a real black man …” or
“I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her
experience would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male …”
Is any one of the above quotes what we would like to hear from a United States Supreme Court judge? The last one is a real quote from a real Supreme Court nominee, thanks to our mixed race, smartest ever, most intellectual, most compassionate, most empathetic, leader of all the people, equally, President and CEO, Barack Hussein Obama.
And still, the common folk just go on about their personal business as if nothing nefarious is happening. Still no revolution?
Disgusting. I apologize to every person who ever sacrificed his/her life for Liberty. I apologize to all our founders – to all those who died on D-Day, and to all those who have preached in vain of individual responsibility/accountability, and of equality.
What equality? If the white male isn’t superior, then why must we force specialized entitlements? Is this not what our current regime is teaching us?
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