Freer said the public tends to react to the bottom line of court decisions, seeing them as either ``for Terri or against Terri.'' But he said it's important to be clear that judges have to be concerned with the Constitution.
What utter horse sh*t. If they really cared about the Constitution, they would allow the executive to enforce or not enforce their decisions, allowing the checks and balances to operate properly. If they cared about the jurisprudence of the founding era, they would allow juries to try law as well as fact, as no less an authority than John Jay advocated.
This guys is Pharisee who will go to hell and burn for everlasting, if he doesn't repent. May his post-stroke mind get bad enough for even other judges to recognize it.
posted on 03/31/2005 10:38:07 AM PST
("The fool says in his heart there is no God.")
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