Buttle's World

4 May, 2009

Our Most Radical President

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 20:42

Krauthammer has it exactly right.

But once the law is passed, the only job a judge has is to interpret the law without consideration of a person’s standing in life. Otherwise you could never have, say, a bank foreclosing on a home, because who, after all, is more affected, a bank that might lose a few dollars, or a family that’s going to lose its home and future livelihood, et cetera?

The whole idea blinds a justice and the statutes that we have outside our courthouses of a blindfold over justice is that you do not look at a person’s station in life, their needs in life, requirements in life. It’s entirely about the law.

And for Obama to state the exact opposite openly as a way that will guide him in his appointments is quite radical.

I could see this coming before the election, and I know I’m not the only one.


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