Tuesday, June 29, 2010

4 out of 5 Supreme Court Judges Find against Second Amendment

The second amendment is part of our Constitution and the duty of the Supreme Court is to make sure that our Constitution is guarded against violation of original intent - yet 4 of the 9 Supreme Justices voted against our constitutional right to bear arms.

The Unconstitutional Four were Justices Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen G. Breyer, and Sonia Sotomayor.

Who is surprised?

One of the dissenting phrases of the Unconstitutional Few that sticks in my mind is that of the concern over gun safety.
Gun safety is not theirs to legislate is it? Their job is to uphold the Constitution as it is written and to keep IT safe.

Gun Safety concerns is a function of Lawmakers. Changing the Constitution takes more than 4 people with an ideology to grind but it surely almost only took these four.

Thankfully the 5 Judges who understand their job and voted for our Constitution ruled that the Second Amendment's right to bear arms applies to every jurisdiction in the nation.

Just One vote made a difference that would have 'changed' the fundamental rights this nation has had since the founding fathers.

That One Vote was from retiring Justice Stevens.
Elena Kagan is in confirmation hearings to assume his position.
How do you think book-banning, foriegn-law advocate, Kagan would have voted in his place?

It shouldn't be hard at all to answer a question such as "Can the government force you to eat fruits and vegetables 3 times a day?"...but Kagan couldn't answer that whatever you eat is none of the damned Governments business.

Kagan, who is expected to be confirmed, gruel or not, clearly has dreamed of the day there will be a "left of left" return of socialism's greatness.

In this regard alone Kagen should be turned away. Kagan is Obama's pick for reasons. Her one vote could give us Obama's changes for decades when the people's cases begin arriving there.

This close call, by 5 people, on securing our written Constitutional right to bear arms is why it is so important that judges are appointed who follow the Constitution's original intent in judging and do not legislate their radical 'change' politics from the bench.

Think about it - without the Constitution as the foundation and guide there is no longer a standard and principle in which a Supreme Court is even necessary - for any judge at any level in the system could make 'living' changes and then ONLY politics of a judicial majority opinion would 'overturn' such decisions.

As to those 4 Supreme Justices who ignored our Constitutional second amendment rights?
Without objection-- Soon, they will be 5.


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