Thursday, April 21, 2011

Disclosure Delayed Is Justice Denied

by Ed Whelan - April 19th, 2011 - National Reivew Online

Two weeks ago, former federal district judge Vaughn Walker, who ruled last summer in Perry v. Schwarzenegger that California’s Proposition 8 is unconstitutional, publicly disclosed for the first time that he has been in a same-sex relationship for the past ten years. A straightforward application of the judicial ethics rules compels the conclusion that Walker should have recused himself from taking part in the Perry case. Further, under well-established Supreme Court precedent, the remedy of vacating Walker’s judgment is timely and necessary.

I doubt that anything will happen though. Judges protect judges in the abusive and tyrannical style we have gotten used to under our judicial oligarchy. Justice has become a joke. There is rarely justice in our system. That is so true it is pretty accurate to say that "There is no justice in America. Our courts are corrupt."

On the rare occasions when this sentiment is not correct, it stands as an exception that proves the statement is all too true.

Just as a former illegal alien subverted our Constitution and denied the elected branches of our government the power to refuse to provide welfare to those who had illegally invaded our nation, we now have a biased homosexual judge stripping a huge majority of our citizens the right to vote for the laws which they choose to live under.


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