Chalk One Up For The Pedos

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Pedos 1, The Rest of Humanity 0.

According to SCOTUS.

Your SCOTUS has shown its complete and willful disregard for your rights as a parent, the rights of your child, and has provided each and every degenerate piece of fecal matter posting comments here and abroad hope for not only the future but their own current cases in court.

It's no secret that I was a Detective for and am currently employed by a major west coast law enforcement agency and was assigned at one time to not only Robbery, Warrants, Theft, but Child Abuse and Homicide as well. I know whereof I, therefore, write.

In a strict Liberal Bent, 5-to-4, with Roberts, Thomas, Scalia and Alito dissenting, SCOTUS ruled on Wednesday that executions are too severe a punishment for raping children, despite the "years of long anguish" for victims, in a ruling that restricts the death penalty to murder and crimes against the state. So: I suppose the children themselves are evil, and their assailants should be preserved?

This sets precedent where precedent did not exist prior:

But Kennedy said the absence of any recent executions for rape and the small number of states that allow it demonstrate "there is a national consensus against capital punishment for the crime of child rape."

That is to say, "national consensus" now equates to and in fact trumps and exceeds Constitutional and lawful precedence.

That in and of itself is unprecedented.

This is a decision best left up to the states and the will of the electorate themselves.

Sorry Justice Kennedy, but rape, especially the rape of a child, IS comparable to murder.

Today's Supreme Court opinion, in another 5-4 decision, in Kennedy v. Louisiana demonstrates the fragility of the balance on the Court as we approach this year's election, meaning our choice matters. The five justice majority ruled it was unconstitutional to apply the death penalty to a child rapist.
Justice Alito in dissent wrote:
The Court today holds that the Eighth Amendment categorically prohibits the imposition of the death penalty for the crime of raping a child. This is so, according to the Court, no matter how young the child, no matter how many times the child is raped, no matter how many children the perpetrator rapes, no matter how sadistic the crime, no matter how much physical or psychological trauma is inflicted, and no matter how heinous the perpetrator’s prior criminal record may be. The Court provides two reasons for this sweeping conclusion: First, the Court claims to have identified "a national consensus" that the death penalty is never acceptable for the rape of a child; second, the Court concludes, based on its "independent judgment," that imposing the death penalty for child rape is inconsistent with "‘the evolving standards of decency that mark the progress of a maturing society.’" Ante, at 8, 15, 16 (citation omitted). Because neither of these justifications is sound, I respectfully dissent."

Question: you think most PedoFreaks will be voting for Barack Hussein Obama this November?

You do the math. You'd best get involved in politics my pro-AZ readers, because the Night of the Long Knives seems to be approaching.

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