I will pick the people's logic that wrote the amendment over some judicial activists. I'm not agreeing with Moore's disregard for the higher court's ruling, I'm disagreeing with the complete mis-reading of the First Amendment ever since about 1934.
To: Sir Gawain
Oh wonderful. You'll characterize, and criticize, the case without even reading it. Typical.
If you had read it, you'd see that the panel of the 11th (good men all) who decided the case are hardly more enamored with Establishment Clause jurisprudence than you are. Unlike Judge Moore, however, they know when they are duty bound to follow the decree of a higher court.
Go ahead. Explain to us with your obviously vast wisdom how the judicial system functions when binding precedent is ignored.
posted on 07/01/2003 6:46:44 PM PDT
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