What A Fabulous Response To Obama's Commentary Concerning Supreme Court Nominees

I happened across this excellent article written by Jeff Schreiber, the purveyor of America’s Right.com, while scanning through some older bookmarks that I hadn’t visited in some time due to the fact they were saved on a computer I rarely use these days.

Note the Blindfold, Mr. President

Mr. President, Lady Justice wears a blindfold for a reason.

She is not to know of strife. She is not to know of circumstance. She is not to know of wealth or poverty, strength or weakness, education or illiteracy, gifted oratory or bumbling foolishness.

Obviously, Mr. President, you know not the role of the judiciary.

Your remarks today showed complete ignorance as to the designated function of two of the three branches of the very government you lead. You say that “justice isn’t about some abstract legal theory or footnote in a casebook,” but it is. That “abstract legal theory,” Mr. President, is the United States Constitution, a document you have in the past derided as being fundamentally flawed. You say that justice is “about how our laws affect the daily realities of people’s lives,” but you’re wrong. Making law is the role of legislators; a judge’s role is to interpret it and nothing more. You would know this, sir, if you had spent more time in the U.S. Senate actually legislating rather than preening and campaigning and planning your next move.

Please be sure to catch the rest of this terrific article right here>>>

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