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Thursday, March 24, 2005

Ann Coulter channels... me.

Enough with this shilly-shallying around, Ann; tell them what I really think... Now here's a scary thought: either Ann Coulter's been reading my mind or she thinks a lot like I do. You doubt that? Here's me a couple of days ago:
"But the legislature and administration of Florida (are you listening, Jeb?) were also wrong in the way they have allowed judges to become little emperors in their State in the last few years. Florida law allows for the prosecution of those who torture people who are in their care. Jeb ought to order the arrest of the judge in the Schiavo case and vacate his order by the simple expedient of taking her into protective custody."
And here's Ann Coulter, today:
"Just once, we need an elected official to stand up to a clearly incorrect ruling by a court. Any incorrect ruling will do, but my vote is for a state court that has ordered a disabled woman to be starved to death at the request of her adulterous husband."
Of course, since I posted my remark noted above, I've read quite a few others who think essentially the same thing. I have noted several times in the past that legislatures and executives (both stte AND federal) need to exercise their responsibility to reign in judges/justices who violate both the letter and the intent of laws duly passed, as well as their respective constitutional documents' letter and intent. Gutless legislators and executives are the proximal cause of much of the woe being caused by inperial courts.
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