Skip to comments.Courts Make Key Decisions on the War: Are We Crazy or Just Stupid?
Posted on 02/28/2010 9:09:26 PM PST by stolinsky
We have gone from President Roosevelt authorizing the secret and prompt execution of German saboteurs, to the courts insisting on endless legal proceedings held in public − and thereby revealing information that will aid our enemies. We have gone from war being conducted by the executive branch and the military, with the assent of Congress, to war being controlled by the judicial branch − which knows little about national security, and is utterly unequipped to deal with it.
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If we ever get a president with balls again, preferably a staunch conservative, I hope that he or she will tell any judge to go pound salt if the judge tries to interfere in military matters or war issues. I liked the article that described how even FDR was adamant that no military prisoners would be turned over to civilian courts. Oh to have a president with balls & courage. GW Bush could have & should have done it.... no balls. 0bozo the commie pig wants to destroy America anyway and is doing all he can to hamper & demoralize our military. Just for once, I wish any conservative president or conservative governor would tell either a state court or federal court to STFU, and if they keep squawking about it or issuing contempt of court rulings, then arrest the judge for aiding & abetting the enemy and throw his or her ass in the slammer. Or cut off all utilities to the building where the judge is residing.
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