So far, and recently,
every challenge to Obamacare has been upheld by Republican judges, but
rejected by Democrats. Ditto Arizona's Illegal Alien laws.
Ditto damn near any social issue brought before the courts. Just now I
see that a Wisconsin 'crat judge, a county judge! — Maryann
Sumi (the same
judge who refused to order striking
teachers back to work in February, and whose son is a SEIU
down Wisconsin's legislation repealing most collective bargaining
for public employees.
This ladies and gentleman is the picture of a house divided.
Well, not quite. Only about 30% of us, Democrats all, have
managed, through every trick, connivance and treachery
imaginable, to grab enough reins of power to to undermine, or nullify
the people's will. These scoundrels use our reverence for
the law against us, so the ignorant voter feels obliged to suffer along.
The stock answer to this sort of criticism is, always, "yes the system
is flawed, but it's still the best in the world." Really? This is
the best we can do? Because it it unquestionably a recipe for (a
Our judicial system is corrupt. What happens when a people
despair of getting justice? That's right, vigilantism. And
it may — this time — be a good thing. I'm
just saying. It's my personal opinion, and I hope I am wrong,
that necessary changes will not come peaceably. But they damn
near need changing, one way or another. Say Amen..