Friday, September 24, 2010

Slap Em' Down Again, Maw (the judge, I mean)

Looks like a federal judge in the 9th circuit has done it again, according to this news item today. For those not inclined to click away, here's a brlef clip . . .

A federal judge says the Air Force violated the constitutional rights of a highly decorated flight nurse when it discharged her for being gay, and ordered that she be given her job back as soon as possible.
U.S. District Judge Ronald Leighton issued his highly anticipated ruling Friday in the case of former Maj. Margaret Witt. She was discharged under the "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gays serving in the military and sued to get her job back.

Time to end the nonsense of redefining sexual immorality as a civil right and creating a new protected class like in the fashion of a racial minority. Time for Congress to impeach a judge for abusing his authority. Time for Congress to use their constitutional authority to restrict the jurisdiction of the courts, and even to abolish a court that has become infamous for idiotic rulings.

It's time, and way past time. But this nation is in rebellion and thusly increasingly under judgment, and when a nation is under judgment, people lose their ability to think.

You do not have the right to do what is wrong.

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