posted on Jun, 24 2009 @ 03:40 PM
There are many here who are sedentary and ill-at-ease with the notion of challenging the government. They are prepared to completely disregard the
efforts of any who offer resistance, either because they are jaded and cynical or they are media-zombies who can't think clearly anymore.
The truth is there is little hope for the Justice Department to police itself. The Judicial branch of our government is teetering on the edge of
impotence, simply because they have been indoctrinated to value 'political relevance' over 'justice.'
The law was always intended to apply equally to all people. That was the theory. It is they who have found that protecting certain people and
agendas was more profitable or comfortable than doing the 'right' thing.
More law suits might have a negative effect you know. Just as the flood of malpractice suits brought against an increasingly sloppy and ambivalent
healthcare industry led to legislation protecting insurance companies; this could lead to legislation isolating law enforcement services from
accountability on the premise that they could be supporting national security.
Hell, they even have the DOJ involved in persecuting copyright infringement, spending tax dollars to ensure that a decaying business model continues
to stream revenue into the pockets of anyone who parasitically feeds off artistic creations.
Suppose this lawsuit leads to the DOJ pressuring Congress and the Senate to 'do something' to stop the resource-draining litigation? Whom do you
think they will protect? Us or THEIR justice department?
Remember, without political backing, these lawsuits are in fact likely to be resolved as expediently and beneficially as possible for the government
industry that owns and operates this nation as if we were their employees.
But I always believed that good people pop up when least expected, and there could be some judges and lawyers out there still, even to this day, who
would rather see the nation their children will live in become a place of greater freedom from oppression and suffocating oversight by the
Sorry.... rant off.