Friday, December 12, 2008

Alan Stang -- High Court Spits In Your Face


Alan Stang -- High Court Spits In Your Face: "The Court once again, as it has so many times for so many years, has spit in the face of the U.S. Constitution. By invalidating the clear and crucial constitutional language about presidential eligibility, it has invalidated the Constitution itself, or at least tried to. Before you argue that my argument is not based in law, remember that the process I mention goes all the way back to 1954 and Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954), in which the Warren Court cited not law, but a book by a foreign Communist to foment a revolution that led to riot, murder and outrages like forced school busing. (See my book, It’s Very Simple: The True Story of Civil Rights.)

Indeed, the Court has spit again in your face. Need I remind you that you are superior to the Supreme Court, that the only power it has is power you have delegated, power you could rescind and take back. Need I remind you that you are superior to the President, to the Congress, indeed, to the Constitution itself, which you created. And now the Low Court has spit in your face." Read more.