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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

I've got an idea ...

... that I'm sure a lot of people won't like.

A couple of years ago, in my area ... the syphillitic whores at the Freedom from Religion Foundation filed suit against cheerleaders at one high school, asking that their use of bible verse on their banners be stopped, because  blahdy-blahdy blah ... or something.

They won, even though congress hadn't passed any law and they don't have a right not to have to hear religiousity. I digress...

But in Austin, Texas, a judge has issued an injunction against a school who had banned their cheerleaders from using bible verse on their banners, saying that it violated the cheerleaders' free speech rights. Being E Texas, the cheerleaders will probably win.

So, here's my idea. We can do away with SCOTUS if we implement this rule. A law can only stand if all the circuits agree that a law is constitutional; if there is any disagreement, then the law is null and void.

Simple. And it's always been my opinion that a supreme court justice shouldn't have to have an advanced law degree, just some common fucking sense.

Imagine that if in 1939, the justices of the supreme court had asked a simple question regarding the NFA: Does this law infringe on a citizens' right to keep and bear an arm? I don't think there's any question that it does, therefore the NFA should have been struck down.

And a decision like that wouldn't have required a lawyer to hand down, simply someone with some common sense and an eye toward liberty and the sovereignty of the citizen.


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