Judges tortured, murdered Terri: Punishment for an innocent woman

Published 7 years ago -  - 7y ago 18

The Vatican – the Catholic headquarters in Rome – likened the removal of Terri Schiavo’s s feeding tube to capital punishment for an innocent woman.

Others have referred to the way Terri died as an “execution, torture” and outright “murder.”

When is Life NOT “Life?”

When both state and federal judges play “God,” Life is no longer ‘Life.’

The United States Congress tried to rescue Terri Schiavo from the cold clutches of the judges who passed final judgment on whether Terri Schiavo should live – or die.

President Bush joined the Congress in trying to keep Terri alive.

The judges over-rode both the President and Congress.

What kind of a “legal” system do we have in America?

One that is certainly not “legal.”

Where is “the law?” Who is “the law?”

The founders of America created the U.S. Constitution specifically to prevent a renegade Congress, or renegade President, or a renegade judge to deny citizens their individual rights, which are clearly spelled out in the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

The U.S. Supreme Court was established to uphold the Constitution – not to make laws. Congress makes laws, with the President either approving or rejecting legislative bills awaiting his decision.

Two-thirds of the federal government wanted to help Terri Schiavo – not kill her.

The justices and judges prevailed.

The President, Congress and Terri Schiavo lost.

This was a showdown between the two Americas: The traditionalists and the secularists. The anti-God, anti-religion, pro-abortion secularists won the day when Terri Schiavo died “on their watch.”

Since when did our government become “Murder, Incorporated?”

The taxpaying-voting citizens of America must now demand a real reform of our nation’s judicial system, which has been running out of control for the 75 years, beginning with President Franklin Roosevelt’s socialist “New Deal” program in 1935. That was the year that “entitlements” became federal law.

For the record, there is no such thing as “entitlements” in the U.S. Constitution. That’s not what our founders envisioned for a new nation based on freedom, liberty and opportunity for all citizens.

The only way voters can reclaim their country, as set forth in the Constitution, is first to vote out of office those who want the Supreme Court to make laws.

Sadly, most eligible voters no longer bother to vote. They no longer believe in the socialist system that has evolved over the past 75 years, leading to bigger and bigger government and more and more taxes at the expense of the working class.

Maybe Terri Schiavo’s “execution” will spark another 1776 Revolution, forcing government to be accountable for its destructive actions against the U.S. Constitution.

Do Americans today have the will and the spirit to unite and establish a government that serves the taxpayers, not the corrupt self-interests.

The lawyers and legal system will be the first agenda in the 21st Century American Revolution. Either they obey the laws of the land, or they will be dealt with by the “rule of law,” which is the foundation of our Constitutional Republic.

No, we are not a “democracy,” which Greek philosopher Plato warned will lead to “anarchy” (mob rule), which is what we have today. The secularists are the “mob.”

Traditionalists seek “rule of law,” which the founders wrote into the Constitution.

Taking Terri Schiavo’s life was a decisive victory for the secularists.

Now is the time to take back our Constitutional freedoms rooted in faith and the rule of law.

The people must lead the charge because it is the future of their country they will be fighting for.

Published originally at EtherZone.com : republication allowed with this notice and hyperlink intact.”

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