Monday, December 19, 2011

Newt on judges

If you want to know why some conservatives don’t see Newt as quite of the breed, his statement in the last debate that he would shut down district courts that stray from the constitution and his citation of Thomas Jefferson in 1802 as precedent is a good place to begin.   In combining dubious constitutional reasoning (how’s that for irony), a as the crow flies solution to a problem, and without considering the likely consequences of such an action (liberals wouldn’t reciprocate when they had control?), Newt demonstrates some of the worst aspects of modern liberalism.

No comments:

Post a Comment