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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Does Newt Have The Right Solution?


If we're serious, then it's time to get cracking... break up the 9th Circuit or do away with them altogether. What would you do if you were President Trump? 

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Abolish them! We don't need more judges in the world. They've proven themselves impotent and incapable of being impartial when rendering opinion and interpreting the Constitution.

Anonymous said...

You know Ryan hasn't got the balls to impeach judges, he can't even figure out Mueller's deal. He's not too bright. The only way would be to abolish the 9th and reorganize the whole area. Breaking up the circuit there would do a world of good. Justice isn't about politics and it's time that whole hot mess stopped.

Anonymous said...

11:38 Agree 100%

Anonymous said...

Most people here aren't even aware the President and Congress can do this. Great how our education system has dummied down America. Bring back Civics to schools and then people would understand how our government really is supposed to work.

Anonymous said...

The President CAN'T lead impeachment proceedings...that starts in the House, and the person being impeached is then tried in the Senate...the President has no control. Furthermore, judges cannot be impeached for simply ruling against the President. That's not how this system works...that's called a dictator. Instead, he needs to appeal to the Supreme Court to overturn the decision, just like EVERY American citizen.

Anonymous said...

If I were President Trump, it would be abolished, as in gone.

Anonymous said...

Newt them or Nuke them !!!

Anonymous said...

I have personal experience with the courts in a civil case and I can tell you that the system is completely broken.

Corruption, collusion with attorneys, laziness. All of it.

Judges should be reviewed every couple years and thrown out for misconduct and possibility prosecuted for not defending the constitution.

Read the recent decision by our new supreme court justice Gorsuch on a matter of debt collectors.

"The opinion notes that it may be entirely reasonable to think that the FDCPA should apply to all businesses attempting to collect debts, regardless of ownership, and that Congress may someday create a statute that does apply these rules more generally. This is a matter for lawmakers, says Gorsuch, and not the courts whose job it is to “apply, not amend, the work of the People’s representatives.”

Read the last sentence!!!

Anonymous said...

Whatever the method, this cancer has to go!