Judges & Tea Party Conservatives

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    Yes they do and when it is happening generally the one's that it happening to can't get enough breathing room to do anything about it. I've heard more lame excuses from attorneys over the years than you can shake a stick at. We grew up being fed a line about how good the system is but in fact it is really messed up. Justice should be more than just what you can afford pay for. I mean that in a sense that both judges and attorneys are corrupt or chicken shit or both.
     
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    Your scenario requires a strong Tea Party, yet a recent Gallup Poll that support for the Tea Party at an all time low at 19% support. This is supported by the dismal Tea Party showing in the 2014 primaries.
     
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    That video is ironic. A magistrate claimed god status in "his" courtroom. The people agreed with an editorial in the primary local paper that he was not God their Father or a god their courtroom. The people voted him off the bench and political connections gave him another position as the poor man could not find a job after that. Still though the people he cost both emotionally and financially thousands of dollars each personally were never compensated for the loses he force upon them through the corrupt system he willingly created in his court along with a corrupt attorneys who made deals there or corrupt prosecutors who prosecuted non crimes in the peoples courtroom. When people willingly look away in the face of injustices perpetrated on what they think is 'those people over there' it just gets worse and worse until the system hits a critical breaking point.
     
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    To kiwiman127: Sad but true. It has a lot to do with media coverage.

    Tea Party conservatism still represents a splinter party within the Republican party. On the bright side, a Karl Rove Republican cannot win without conservatives.

     
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    UPDATE

    The issue of involuntary servitude is not addressed:


    Court told facts don't support 'anti-gay bias' at Christian bakery
    Posted By Bob Unruh On 01/05/2016 @ 8:53 pm

    Court told facts don’t support ‘anti-gay bias’ at Christian bakery
     
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    Yes, Cruz's ignorance of, and contempt for, the rule of law is already well established.

    Just because most conservatives are upset that the Constitution prohibits them from denying women and gay Americans their civil rights doesn't justify doing away with the rule of law.
     
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    To C_Clayton_Jones: You know where you can shove special privileges that parasites call civil rights.
     
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    Flanders is testy this morning.
     
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    I have a hunch that the homosexual community will drop their case if Washington State’s high court rules for Barronelle Stutzman. Should it go all the way to the SCOTUS, the decision might go nationwide against the homosexual agenda.

    The Washington Supreme Court has agreed to review the case against a florist who was penalized for following her Christian faith and refusing to support a “gay wedding” with her artistic talent.

    The brief order from the Supreme Court of Washington was signed by Barbara Madsen, the chief justice, and said tersely that the court would “retain this case for hearing and decision.”

    The fight involves penalties that the state is imposing on Barronelle Stutzman, a longtime florist who was accused of discrimination when she declined to violate her Christian faith and provide her artistic talents for the same-sex “wedding” being planned by a longtime customer.

    The Alliance Defending Freedom, which is working on court on behalf of Stutzman, explained at issue are the penalties and attorneys’ fees a lower court ordered her to pay “for declining to use her artistic abilities to design custom floral arrangements for a longtime customer’s same-sex ceremony.”

    Christian targeted for 'personal destruction' has new hope
    Posted By Bob Unruh On 03/06/2016 @ 3:40 pm

    Christian targeted for ‘personal destruction’ has new hope

    Worse still, upholding the 8th & 13th Amendments would demolish Socialism’s agenda summed up in one sentence:
    NOTE: Barronelle Stutzman’s case makes Scalia’s replacement extremely important.
     
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    UPDATE

    John Kasich is not one to miss an opportunity. I guess there are more churchgoers than bakers, florists, and photographers:

    As our Great Sexual Heresy continues its march onwards and downwards, state governments have forced bakers, wedding planners, florists and other businessmen to service faux weddings. This is unprecedented, as never before were Americans governmentally compelled to participate in events they found morally objectionable. Yet when some project out on our cultural trajectory and say churches one day will be subject to the same coercion, they’re met with laughter; this will never, ever happen, they’re told. Yet this is an illogical and inconsistent position.

    Prefacing a statement in opposition to the hapless bakers at a campaign stop a while back, presidential pretender John Kasich opined, “I think, frankly, our churches should not be forced to do anything that’s not consistent with them.” That such a statement need be made — and that it was said so lukewarmly — indicates we’ve already taken the first step toward just such coercion. Yet the main point is that the position reflects fuzzy thinking.​

    If Bakers Can be Forced to Service Faux Weddings, so Can Churches
    By Selwyn Duke
    April 3, 2016

    If Bakers Can be Forced to Service Faux Weddings, so Can Churches
     

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