Tuesday, April 22, 2014

"What Is the American?"

In light of the Supreme Court decision today about affirmative action, I must share this with you.

From ushistory.org 

MICHEL-GUILLAUME DE CRÈVECOEUR was a French settler in the American colonies in the 1770s. Coming from France he could not believe the incredible diversity in the American colonies. Living in one area, he encountered people of English, Welsh, Scots-Irish, German, French, Irish, Swedish, Native American, and African descent. "What then is the American, this new man?" He could not be sure, but he knew it to be different from anything that could be found on the European side of the Atlantic.

Now, we did not need Federal government laws to get along during the founding of this great nation and we do not need them now. And although I know that this is a victory for liberty, it should not have gone to the United States Supreme Court. Show me where, in Article Three of the Constitution, that the Supreme Court has any say in what law which a State decides to enact is allowed to do so. It doesn't. How dare these idiots in black robes tell a State anything. The arrogance of the court system infuriates me. We need to get away from this gerbil wheel of going to the courts for everything or listening to them. They do not make law, WE THE PEOPLE DO! We decide what is good for our local community and State. We have the power, not them. Whether they make a decision that we as Constitutional Conservatives agree with or not, we need to stop going to them for decisions that effect our lives and our State. They only deal with foreign matters and that's it!