The Supremes? Maybe Not So Much.

Here it comes, the biggest shift in policy the U.S. has known in many a year, as the first of possibly three Supreme Court Justices retires.

The first is David Souter, a supposedly centrist jurist that slipped by Bush 41, and immediately veered left, in the highest court in the land. This leftist shift caught Bush by surprise, and began a tilt to liberal causes until Justice Clarence Thomas, Justice Roberts, and Justice Sam Alito were appointed as conservatives to the bench.

In seeking Souter’s replacement, Barama said, ” I will seek someone who understands that justice isn’t about some abstract legal theory or footnote in a case book. It is also about how our laws affect the daily realities of people’s lives.” This is a truly ignorant statement from someone who claims to be a Constitutional lawyer. The job of a Supreme Court Judge is to interpret the Constitution and how it applies to the cases at hand, not to spoon feed a decision to a person contrary to case law, out of symapthy. Sympathy prejudices cases, not clarifies them. A person might be sympathetic to the case, but if the law doesn’t support that case, you are not allowed to bend the law, or make exceptions- that negates the whole reason for a Supreme Court.

This is the true beginning of just how radically this person wants to change your society and the principles we have had as our core values. Barama truly doesn’t understand, or if he does, he just wants to impose his views on us. That is a facet of totalitarianism, imposing one’s will on the rest of society, and it sucks like a wind tunnel. To impose his will on us is very Taliban of him- perhaps we should begin calling him Mullah Hussein.If he appoints a liberal activist to the court, it will be the first of possibly three as Justice Ginsburg doesn’t have a lot of time left, and Justice Kennedy will probably be sweet- talked into stepping down.

What I am afraid of is the distinct possibility that whoever Mullah Hussein picks will be an advocate for “Transnationalism”, a term that, when translated correctly, means that we are no longer independent or sovereign in our country’s legal decisions- we could be overridden by a court of foreigners, who do not believe in our Constitution, or our independence, and be forced to obey the U.N.- I could not envision a poorer scenario for our country. We would be legalistically raped by every third- world dictatorship with a chip on its shoulder.
This is how the end begins- by choosing someone for a job requiring logical thought, but insisting that “empathy” be the primary focus in the job description.

Empathy is what needs to be left out of these decisions, in order that they favor noone, but dispense justice even- handedly. This is supposed to be the very definition of justice- equitable, and true, favoring no one.
The big Mullah- Mullah wants something different, and in most times, he would have his dictatorial tendencies quashed by Congress, who would provide a brake on the Executive power, but with Nancy Pelosi’s ADD, and Harry Reid’s natural insanity,there is noone who can be the voice of reason, unless the rest of the Democrats stop blindly following their leaders like whipped dogs, and actually act like real lawmakers. There doesn’t seem to be much chance of that, even though they are losing, or on the verge of losing any power the Legislative branch once had.

Both Republicrats and Demicans have a chance here- a fork in the road, and it begins with the replacement of David Souter in the Supreme Court. On the one road, there is an activist in the court, one that might try to twist the law to fit an agenda- on the other road, is a judge who interprets the Constitution the way it is supposed to be interpreted, strictly and honestly, with the only agenda being the continued Constitutional Health our country needs to maintain a balance to usurping theories like “transnationalism”. Whoever thought that one up was truly high or insane, or both.

I’ll put it as plainly as I can to all the politicians on both sides- here it is in a nutshell-If transnationalists get on our court, two things will happen for sure. One, our legal landscape will no longer be easily navigated, as we will have totake into account the laws of other countries, and, Two, you will have lost the independence that the Legislative branch is supposed to have, separated from the Executive branch- remember the civics lessons in High School? No?

Well then, there’s our problem. We apparently have been electing the village idiots. Let us at least not appoint one to the Supreme Court.
Big Dog

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3 Responses to “The Supremes? Maybe Not So Much.”

  1. Macker says:

    Президент Оба́ма wants to impose his DFC view upon us, pure and simple.

    • Blake says:

      Yeah, but while every president wants to leave a legacy, I get the feeling that Barama just wants to leave a smoking hole in the ground.

  2. Schatzee says:

    If he keeps up the way he has been – that’s all that may be left.