Kaye Grogan
February 6, 2005
Liberal judges ...have judicial system turned upside down
By Kaye Grogan

Where on earth did the liberal judges get their training from? Most of them seem to be attempting to put their own personal agenda, and patent on laws. I'm on the brink of being convinced that the UFOs many people swear they have seen in the skies lately, were here for the sole purpose of dropping these judges off from some other planet. The rulings and conjectures they have been applying to same-sex marriages just don't match up to what is in the Constitution, and current law books. They are definitely not in compliance with the actual laws, as they are written.

One day a liberal judge rules that same-sex marriages can proceed in the selected "state of the day" and the next day, a sane judge (who follows the rule of law) overrides the decision. What the heck is going on here? One answer will suffice: out-of-control judicial system, pure and simple.

The only way the same-sex marriage issue is going to be settled, is through an amendment to the Constitution protecting the sanctity of marriage once and for all. Christians are going to have to step up to the plate, and demand that the legislatures quit tip-toeing around the problem, and get on with the business at hand. It's not going to just dissipate into thin air.

State after state have voted on referendums to bar same-sex marriages overwhelmingly, and along comes a liberal judge or group who think they have been selected to oversee the whole country or world, and just disregards the will of the majority of the people completely, and overrules millions of people.

Legally, judges do not have this right. Overruling the people who are the government set forth by the Constitution, is simply "unconstitutional."

Since some judges need reminding: here is part of the Constitution covering their jurisdiction: "This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding." In other words, the judges in every state are bound by the laws of the state, to carry out the laws, as they are written, and to do otherwise is contrary to what is set forth in the Constitution or by the state.

Judges have also been errant in their rulings of the rights of "unborn" babies who are slaughtered, ignoring that they too have the inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. What makes selfish adults think they are the only ones who should be afforded these rights? NO, you'll have to do better than just say the Constitution gives you these rights or you were here first. You have to earn these rights, by being an upstanding, law-abiding citizen of the United States.

Now some people may think because they enjoy the perverseness of sexual misconduct, the whole nation should be saturated in cesspools along with them. No, the Constitution does not give you this right, liberal judges have given you this right, which doesn't make it right.

When news surfaced recently about a little innocent five-year-old girl violated, and raped, with the despicable act recorded and downloaded by perverted child pornographers onto the Internet, whose rights were violated here? Certainly not the monster or monsters who took away this child's innocence, leaving her (if she's still alive) a real nightmare to live with, that she'll never recover from. What kind of defense could this child possibly have against adult rapists?

Who was looking out for this precious child or who was pretending to be looking out for her? Well, they failed miserably.

And while we're on the subject...have you been looking out for this child, and others like her/him members of the United States Supreme Court, as you ruled that pornography is covered under freedom of speech?

Now I know some of the liberal judges might think some of the laws in the Constitution are just taking up space in the sacred document, and are frivolous. But they are not a quorum, and they are not allowed to rewrite the Constitution to suit their own personal views, case by case.

Judges need to be elected by voters, not appointed. And U.S. Supreme Court Justices should have a 20 year term limit, not a lifetime appointment.

With many of the American citizens not knowing week to week if they are going to have a job why should others be "strolling" through Rose gardens all of their lives?

© Kaye Grogan

 

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Kaye Grogan

Kaye Grogan is a freelance writer who lives in Virginia. She writes, produces, and hosts a daily commentary called "Viewpoint" on her local radio station... (more)

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