Tuesday, November 01, 2005

THEY'RE LEGISLATING FROM THE BENCH!!!!

Rush Limbaugh likes to say this about "lib-er-ul" judges when he is short on his heroin supply. But who really likes to strike down congressional laws as a judge? You may be surprised at the results.

We found that justices vary widely in their inclination to strike down Congressional laws. Justice Clarence Thomas, appointed by President George H. W. Bush, was the most inclined, voting to invalidate 65.63 percent of those laws; Justice Stephen Breyer, appointed by President Bill Clinton, was the least, voting to invalidate 28.13 percent. The tally for all the justices appears below. Thomas 65.63 % Kennedy 64.06 % Scalia 56.25 % Rehnquist 46.88 % O’Connor 46.77 % Souter 42.19 % Stevens 39.34 % Ginsburg 39.06 % Breyer 28.13 %
What is that? Is that Thomas, Kennedy and Scalia ruling against existing laws established by congress??? But those are the most CONSERVATIVE members of the Supreme Court? Surely Limbaugh can't be talking out of his gross, nasty ass. Well, it turns out that he is. And fascist fool Samuel Alito threatens to overturn more laws, and continues to stand up for conservative values like allowing 10-year old girls to be strip-searched without a warrant. Such family values! A drug bust is more important than keeping a 10-year old girl's clothes on! It is imperative that Alito not make it to the Supreme Court. There is no way this imbecile will make it through without a Democratic filibuster. NO WAY. Contact your congresspeople and tell them not to let a psychotic occupy the highest court in the land.

1 Comments:

At 11/01/2005 02:19:00 AM, Blogger Bru said...

Keeping in mind Scalia's sexual proclivities (http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,12271,1317386,00.html), that poses an interesting question for James Dobson and the Christian Right...

Do you advocate orgies and strip-searching 10-year-olds without warrants?

or

Should you speak out against Scalia and/or Alito on these issues? (You're either with them or against them!)

 

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