"Serving with Honor
Yes, I know. I seem to have been monopolizing this space. You might think that Iíve been overdosing on Powder Milk Biscuits, but I donít eat biscuits anymore. My spare tire turned into a spare Volkswagen, and I donít want to encourage it. Iím afraid it might turn into a spare Chevy. Besides, I canít and wouldnít keep other people from writing here.
I think that some figures in authority have a problem with me because they just arenít cancer. In the time I have left, due to personal and immediate family history, I may at some time be plagued with or struck down by one or more of cancer, or Alzheimerís, or Parkinsonís, or some fatal infection, or something I donít even know about yet. Iíve already had surgery looking for cancer. I got ready to die. When they didnít find any and I lived, I was disappointed. My life sucked that bad.
If and when I get something like cancer, I hope I still have the wit and ability to make up ghastly jokes about it. Something along the lines of, ďOh look! Another bone exploded! Rover wonít have to chew his next toy so hard.Ē
Does a Federal Judge, or any other authority, want to put him or her self on that scale of intimidation and respect? Good luck with that. Iíve got one scar that if they had scooped out my intestines at the time, it would have accommodated a Federal Judgeís head. But maybe not his ego; Iím not nearly the size of a moose.
Some Judges, Iíve seen, will deny due process to anyone they donít like or think is not giving them proper deference, regardless of what the Constitution says. They find ways to rationalize violating their Oath of Office in order to serve their egos and personal agendas. They even have a Federal Rule of Civil Procedure for it. They call it judicial discretion.
This betrays and subverts the Constitution, which is a choice they make, not something anyone forces them to do. One can hope that history will recall how well they served with honor.