Don B, 11/14/2012 - 8:31am "Justice and governing
All the way up to the Supreme Court of the United States, I’d say that the judiciary is a fair representation of the electorate these days. Left wingnuts, right wingnuts, partisan bickering and divide. About as able to produce justice as Congress is to produce a workable budget. When we have no choice but to go to them without lawyers, asking for justice, and they tell us they are not obliged to make our cases for us, it’s not that much different from Congress refusing to govern. Only with judges, that attitude often comes with a lifetime appointment.
No sense of noblesse oblige there. Tell me again about term limits. "
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