Let's See Him Explain That

Once again, a Democrat gets caught with his foot in his mouth. NY's senior Senator "Chuckles" Schumer -- who also sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee -- was overheard on board a DC-to-NY train plotting Democrat strategy for the upcoming Supreme Court battle. Quoth he: "It's not about an individual judge. It's about how it affects the overall makeup of the court."

The Drudge Report passes along an additional tidbit from Chuckles: "We are contemplating how we are going to go to war over this."

And the legacy news media would have you believe the Dems have no agenda?

Oh, it's war all right. A war between right and wrong, good and evil, freedom and tyranny. And you are in the cross-hairs.

We have said before that George W. Bush is no conservative. One of the justifications people gave for voting for him was that he would likely have the opportunity to fill one or more vacancies on the Supreme Court. Now is time is here. However, as we have also pointed out previously, if he hasn't done anything else that would be considered conservative, what assurance does anyone have that he will appoint a conservative (or even libertarian) to the Supreme Court?

Now, the question is: what are you going to do about it? The proper course of action is obvious: you should be contacting your Senators and the President and demand that a strict construcitonist be appointed to the fill Justice O'Connor's pending vacancy. It is high time to have people on the Supreme Court who will uphold the Constitution, not "interpret" it.

Another great move would be to flood the local newspapers with letters to the editor, expressing support for strict constructionists. Forget about all the on-line petitions and surveys -- they're worthless.

Find your Senator here: http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm

Write to the President at this address:

President George W. Bush
White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20500

As Thomas Carlyle said: "Yes, the times are bad. Very well, you are here to make them better."

Will you be a part of the solution, or a part of the problem?


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