That's what a judiciary is for: to interpret the law.
If you're calling the normal operation of the judiciary "VERY BAD" then you are essentially making an argument against the separation of powers.
posted on 11/02/2007 7:30:21 AM PDT
(Why is it that so many self-proclaimed "Constitutionalists" know so little about the Constitution?)
If people would not elect lawyers to write laws, the meaning of the law would need much less changing by the judges to change according to their political leanings or how bad they slept the night before.
posted on 11/02/2007 7:35:23 AM PDT
(Remember the Alamo, Goliad and WACO, It is Time for a new San Jacinto)
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