Tuesday, July 19, 2005

What a real conservative could mean for the Supreme Court

A real conservative justice added to the supreme court could go a long way in changing the U.S. as a whole. The people have spoken out in elections. We have a conservative executive branch and a conservative legislative branch. The only liberal holdout is the court system. The liberals could not make a pro-abortion law go through the way a law is meant to be made. (Through the legislative branch) They had to use the judicial branch to accomplish their liberal goals.

It is a clear case of the minority forcing its will on a majority which is equal to tyranny.

Read more about what I mean by visiting this great link by David Barton. Mr. Barton speaks about the two types of constitutional interpretation. We must have a justice who will rule as our forefathers planned, not one who believes that absolute laws change over time. That is the equivalent of saying the Bibles laws change over time.

For example: The Bible say sodomy is wrong.
A conservative would agree with the law and say sodomy is wrong today and forever.
A liberal would say that the law is different because it was written thousands of years ago and because sodomy is more excepted by the liberal parts of our society and/or church, sodomy should be allowed among a Christian congregation. BALONY!!

We must have a justice who realizes that that constitution must be interpreted strictly, as our forefathers meant it to be. We must have a judge who values a innocent child's life. We must have a judge who realizes that our nation has ALWAYS had a Christian Heritage and that should be protected in judicial rulings. We must have a justice who knows that our country is a religious counrty and we might like the right to bow our heads and pray over our lunches in public school.

GO Edith Jones!

The Blogging Boy Scout,

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