Monday, October 10, 2005

Why are judges so important?

It's not complicated, but sadly some people want laws passed instead of going thru the legislative process, force it thru the legal/judicial process..

And that has to stop, each division has it's role, in government, and we need to enforce that role divisionality. In addition, we need to help them work together better as well...

For example, I strongly believe the Supreme Court can suggest to Congress that they create certain laws related to cases they take on. But no decision of the Supreme Court can be used to circumvent the Constitution.

I am saying if you want change go thru the right process. Legislature exists to create new laws...

I also say it's time to get rid of malpractice and trial lawyers. Unless it's obvious neglicience there has to be other ways to help accidental medical cases then force the medical industry to be blackmailed.

Which is the whole truth of what's going on. Trial Lawyers have hooked people on wanting money thru courts, instead of justice, we're just seeing legalized theft.

Do our laws matter, if not, then leave the country.

Until the laws change, we have to abide by them, no matter how hard they get..

To me the Supreme Court appointment should be about who enforces the current laws, according to the constitution, instead of being the way certain political parties get new laws passed....

Until this changes thru federal, state and supreme courts, our law will be a complete joke.

Think about it.

1 Comments:

At October 4, 2006 at 8:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I am saying if you want change go thru the right process. Legislature exists to create new laws..."

Don't forget that our political system itself hasn't gone through the "right process" in decades, maybe more. I'd say start there - but no one cares these days for such things more than they care for their laptops and home entertainements...so political change from The People, who are supposed to be the government (by The People for The People), won't happen. Comfort is king, and our political and legal systems get to keep on running while we are distracted. What point is there in "following" it, for anyone, "them" or "us"? It needs radical alteration. But America's 'radical changers' are only rhetoric now.

"Do our laws matter, if not, then leave the country."

AND

"Until the laws change, we have to abide by them, no matter how hard they get.."

Hmmm...as a Real American I have to ask two things - do we continue to allow the Money-Making Machine that has become our local law-enforcement, pushed from "above," to spread this farce of fines until we have no recourse because it is too big? What if that entire courtroom of 200 souls being fleeced because they ran an infraction all stood up and said NO I'M NOT PAYING YOU?

AND I have to ask, what WAS the Boston Tea Party about?

Democracy requires disobidience...where have all the Real Americans gone? DEFGSM

 

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