Wednesday, March 23, 2005


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"All that is required for evil to prevail, is for good men to do nothing a judge to be in charge of the decision"
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Terri Schiavo's husband wants to murder her, and the courts say that since he's her husband, he can.

The Florida State Legislature passed a law last year and governor Jeb Bush signed it, trying to save Terri. But a judge killed the bill all on his own.

The United States Congress issued subpeonae for the persons involved, but the judge presiding over the "wanna murder" ignored it.

Then the Congress of the United States passed a law requiring "De Novo" examination of the case, and President Bush signed it into law, but the judge in Florida refused to comply with reinserting the food tube during the review, and now three out of the last four judges to consider the appeal have sided against the victim, against the clear intent of the United States Congress, and against the President of the United States.

In the past month, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that laws passed by a majority of the states may be overturned by the preferences of a minority of the states, when the justices can revise the definitions of majority and precedent. This same court determined that the United States Constitution itself may be compelled to comply with the prevailing opinion of foreign bodies.

Our courts are drunk with power, and have now declared (by their actions) war on the Legislative and Executive Branches of American Government.

Send in the Marines!

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