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originally posted by: smurfy
originally posted by: savemebarry
a reply to: smurfy
But a cross and the blm movement are so distant, it's showing your bias. really...
No, it's showing yours, both are deemed political topics, and quite frankly the SCOTUS don't really know how to deal with it properly.
Alexis de Tocqueville wrote, "There is hardly a political question in the United States which does not sooner or later turn into a judicial one.”
He was probably right, and you are probably wrong, since everybody needs to be equal under the law, and wearing a badge should make no difference, when the reality is that there are winners and losers all in the meantime.
I have no bias, and what I say makes no difference anyway....why? because I am not a judge.
originally posted by: AMPTAH
originally posted by: iTruthSeeker
Maybe she should have listened to the judge
She doesn't have to listen to the judge. The judge is just a public servant. He works for the people.
The people make the law.
The greatest law of the land, begins with the statement "WE THE PEOPLE"....
It says nothing about judges.
When the citizen sees something wrong with the way the hired servants are doing their work, it is the right and obligation of the citizen to correct the servants.
The judge takes his orders from the people.
Of course, a single individual doesn't by herself have the power, but she can begin the process of raising the issue, and if other people agree, then by force of "the people" things can be changed.
It all starts with a single voice.