Wednesday, May 17, 2006

It is time!  It is past time!!  It is necessary that the people of this nation take back the country from the libertines and activist judges who have stolen it from us!!!  It is time for action not for complaining.  It is time to return to the democracy established in this nation over two hundred years ago.  If we don’t, we will have a handful of libertine, activist judges making the decisions for us.  Courtocracy is here.  It is time to end it!!!

Yesterday, I responded to another outrageous editorial published in the Peoria Journal Star.  The editorial claimed the Protect Marriage Illinois petition was redundant since Illinois already had a state legislative law protecting marriage.  I pointed out the obvious.  At any time, a libertine, activist state judge could rule that law to be unconstitutional.  Homosexual activists have been trying to convince judges in states where a constitutional amendment has been passed that the amendment itself is unconstitutional.  In any year, the United States Supreme Court could rule that all laws and state constitutions that do not permit marriage between homosexuals are unconstitutional.  

A small article appeared in the Peoria Journal Star today—May 17, 2006—one day after the editorial writers claimed that our efforts were redundant.  Because it is short and because it has to be read to be believed, I’m going to quote the entire article.  It was on page A2.

“Judge strikes down Georgia’s gay marriage ban
Atlanta—A judge has struck down Georgia’s ban on same-sex marriages, saying a measure overwhelmingly approved by voters in 2004 violated a provision of the state constitution that limits ballot questions to a single subject.  (This provision is in numerous constitutions.  The purpose is to prevent 2, 3, or more different issues being presented to the people in one amendment so that the voters must accept all of those proposed or none of them.  By using this method people have tried to pass an amendment that wasn’t supported by the people by attaching it to a provision that is very popular with the people.  That was not the case in the Georgia amendment—my addition.)

The ruling by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Constance C. Russell had been eagerly awaited by gay-rights supporters who filed the court challenge in November 2004, soon after the constitutional ban was approved.

Russell said the state’s voters must first decide whether same-sex relationships should have any legal status before they can be asked to decide whether same-sex marriages should be banned.”

Wait!!!  Whoa!!!  What!!!  Reread that last sentence to fully understand this judge’s twisted reasoning.  A constitutional amendment banning homosexual marriage can not be considered until something else is considered first.  How in the world is that a requirement in relation to only one subject matter in a constitutional amendment?  It is not.  Logically, it isn’t even remotely possible.  

How can any group know before hand that a separate issue must be addressed first before another issue can be addressed?  Are those who propose constitutional amendments suppose to be mind readers of a specific judge before they can amend a constitution?  It is an absurdity.  Nothing new to the homosexual crowd who believe a life of sin is a civil right.  But now a judge has accepted that absurdity!!!      

I don’t know if the Georgia Constitution provides for the impeachment and conviction of judges.  If it does, this judge should be immediately impeached and convicted by the allowed process.  This is the absolute worst instance of judicial tyranny in the United States that I have ever read or heard about that I can remember.

Now, once again.  Does it seem redundant to demand a constitutional amendment to protect marriage in Illinois.  We now have an example of a judge not just ruling that a legislative law is unconstitutional but rather ruling that a constitutional amendment is unconstitutional.  I have never heard or read of such an occurrence in the United States before.  The libertine judge unilaterally declared that the vote of the people is meaningless.  

Welcome to Courtocracy.  Welcome to dictatorship by the courts.  Welcome to the new and improved America.  After all, JUDGES KNOW BEST!!! NOT!!!!!!!  

The question is: Who is redundant?  The thousands of Illinois registered voters who are participating in the political process or the editorial writers of the Peoria Journal Star?

The question is: Is it time to boycott the Peoria Journal Star until they change their positions on the important issues of the day?

The question is: Is it time to boycott the businesses which support the Peoria Journal Star through their advertisements?

The question is: Is it time to impeach and convict libertine judges and justices who believe and practice JUDGES KNOW BEST?      


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