Saturday, March 18, 2006

Right From The Judges Mouth.....

Listen up Liberals. For decades now you and your ilk have attempted to take over this country with your perversions of the Constitution. Screw you, that is going to end. The American Public with working brains have figured your sorry asses out, and we are making changes happen. THANK GOD!! For decades you tried to make changes by getting elected officials into office who will hopefully make changes by making law, as it should be. But this was not such a success as you all had hoped. There were still too many good people out there who opposed what you were doing, and thankfully put a stop to most of your destruction. So what you losers did then was figured out that if you infiltrated the court system with your communist people, you could just legislate from the bench, and side step the legislative process all together. You a-holes can be in denial all you want, but the facts are the facts and this will be the proof right from the judges mouth. Justice Scalia was speaking at a Boston Law school recently, and he had this to say about the state of the courts in this country. Let this be the resolve of every good American to keep up the fight to eradicate the legal system of these pieces of commie crap, and replace them with men like Scalia.

Scalia critical of what he calls the "judge-moralist"

March 15, 2006
BOSTON --U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia railed against the era of the "judge-moralist," saying judges are no better qualified than "Joe Sixpack" to decide moral questions such as abortion and gay marriage.

"Anyone who thinks the country's most prominent lawyers reflect the views of the people needs a reality check," he said during a speech to New England School of Law students and faculty at a Law Day banquet on Wednesday night.
The 70-year-old justice said the public, through elected Legislatures -- not the courts -- should decide watershed questions such as the legality of abortion.
Scalia decried his own court's recent overturning of a state anti-sodomy law, joking that he personally believes "sexual orgies eliminate tension and ought to be encouraged," but said a panel of judges is not inherently qualified to determine the morality of such behavior.
He pointed to the granting of voting rights to women in 1920 through a constitutional amendment as the proper way for a democracy to fundamentally change its laws.
"Judicial hegemony" has replaced the public's right to decide important moral questions, he said. Instead, he said, politics has been injected in large doses to the process of nominating and confirming federal judges.
Noting that the Senate confirmed his high court nomination by a 98-0 vote, Scalia said, "You could not get a judge with my views confirmed to the Court of Appeals today."
He said code words such as "mainstream" and "moderate" are now used to describe liberal judicial nominees.
"What is a moderate interpretation of (the Constitution)? Halfway between what it says and halfway between what you want it to say?" he said.
Scalia, a well known as a strict "constructionist" in his interpretation of the Constitution, opened his remarks by saying, "I brought three speeches, and I decided to give the most provocative one, because this seems to be too happy a crowd."

AMEN Justice Scalia......