Friday, September 11, 2015

Just what law was that, Mr Trump and Judge Napolitano?

Mr Donald Trump has castigated Mrs Kim Davis for not following "the law".

So has the usually perceptive Judge Napolitano.

Heavens!  Pass the smelling salts.

Exactly what law, Mr Trump and Judge Napolitano?  Do you mean the ridiculous and unjust decree of five tyrannical employees of the Federal Government, sometimes amusingly referred to as "the supreme court"?

Since you are too lazy or too vapid to find out the truth, let me inform you that Mrs Davis was following the law - the law passed by the State of Kentucky, which was laughingly "struck down" by those five government employees.

Pat Buchanan asks:

Whence, then, did this “law” come?
Answer: This is a creation of a Supreme Court that has usurped the legislative power to impose a secularist anti-Christian ideology on a nation, much of which still rejects it, but has no recourse against it.
A right to same-sex marriage was no more in the Constitution as written or amended than was a woman’s right to have an abortion.

The minute a moral issue is at stake the Republicans run for cover like cockroaches, because those who finance their presidential aspirations, like billionaire Sheldon Adelson, are in favor of sodomy and abortion.  In other words, Mr Trump is quickly morphing into yet another tiresome Republican who will do nothing to stop the rot that is destroying this country.

As for Judge Napolitano, let us remind him of the words of lawyer Thomas More: "An unjust law is no law at all."

I was once mildly interested in your candidacy, Mr Trump, if for no other reason than you were at least saying something different for once from the rest of the herd.  Thank you for showing us that you are nothing but another useless and cowardly Republican, all of whom are no better than the equally useless Democrats.


Our vote is for the Kingship of Christ said...

"I was mildly interested in your cadidacy, Mr. Trump, ....etc...."

Same here, Aged Parent and for the very same reasons. His standing out from the herd of Republican idiots, his saying thi gs that every true American wants to hear was the reason my spouse and I thought we might give the voting process one last try. We had had enough of voting for the lesser of two evils. We thought that...warts and all...Trump might be worthy of our vote. We are going to have to consult our priest on this one. If Trump is but one more fraud, one more lesser of two evils then we may well not vote this election or ever again. Why bother? Our time is better spent praying for the proper Consecration of Russia as requested at Fatima. No man is going to save the world. God allowed this evil state of the world and only He can correct it. He will do so for His own glory through the Triumph of His Immaculate Mother. Just like He did two thousand years before.

Anonymous said...

I just wish for once you people would be consistent. Did you have a problem with the Supreme Court deciding that 1 billion dollars of Koch money = free speech?

Aged parent said...


By the phrase "you people", who do you mean? Me? If so, you apparently are not a regular reader here. The shenanigans of the Koch brothers, the Sheldon Adelsons and the Haim Sabins, et al, are all equally disgusting to me. I have no love for these oligarchs, believe me.

As for the supreme court they have been a blot on our nation more or less since the country's inception.

Anonymous said...

Well I am glad to hear it. The vast majority of conservatives enthusiastically embraced the Citizens United decision overturning campaign finance laws by judicial fiat.

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