I see what's happening in Alabama and wonder if a sea change isn't occurring.
The people who line up on the right side of the line have gone to court to 'complain' about their freedom of speech being abridged. Since we can't seem to get anywhere in the legislature, maybe it's time we turned the weapon of the people who line up on the left side against them.
Many people feel that the Court is the final arbiter of the law of the land...if that's so, why not use the Court to advance our agenda? The Legislature won't. The Executive won't. The silent have begun to speak where it matters.
posted on 08/26/2003 9:11:41 AM PDT
(The Right person, at the Right place, at the Right time...)
I trust the courts even less than the Legislature. I believe only Civil Disobedience (or worse) on a masssive scale is going to change things. The politicians, courts and bureaucrats don't care about the majority anymore.
posted on 08/26/2003 9:18:30 AM PDT
(Oregon - Where the Legislature keeps writing checks the taxpayers can't cover.)
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