TED CRUZ HAS ANSWERS AGAINST RUTHLESS SUPREMES

Jun 27, 2015 by

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“Ted Cruz Has Answers Against Ruthless Supremes”

By Donna Garner

6.27.15

No other Presidential candidate except for Ted Cruz has any answers about the recourse that our nation can take against the lawless Supreme Court Justices who are writing legislation from the bench.  Some candidates are wringing their hands in frustration; some simply want to just move on.  But no other candidate has any real answers.  Ted Cruz does.    

Because Ted Cruz memorized the Constitution as a teenager, served as a law clerk under William Rehnquist (Chief Justice of the United States), was the Solicitor General for Texas, wrote 80 U. S. Supreme Court briefs, argued 9 before the U. S. Supreme Court, won landmark national victories against the UN and World Court, and has personal life experiences that have taught him the ultimate importance of the Constitution, we can look to Ted Cruz for workable solutions.

 

6.26.15 – AUDIO CLIP:  “Ted Cruz’s Recourse to the Darkest 24 Hours in Our Nation’s History” — http://therightscoop.com/ted-cruz-these-are-some-of-the-darkest-24-hours-in-nations-history/

 

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6.26.15 – World Net Daily

 

http://www.wnd.com/2015/06/cruz-amendment-makes-supreme-courtsubject-to-elections/

 

 

CRUZ AMENDMENT MAKES SUPREME COURT SUBJECT TO ELECTIONS

‘Justices deemed unfit for retention … will be removed from office’

 

By Chelsea Schilling

 

Excerpts from this article:

 

Declaring that America’s Founding Fathers “did not anticipate judicial tyranny on this scale,” Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, says he is proposing an amendment to the Constitution that would subject the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices to judicial retention elections every eight years.

 

“During the past 50 years, the Court has condemned millions of innocent unborn children to death, banished God from our schools and public squares, extended constitutional protections to prisoners of war on foreign soil, authorized the confiscation of property from one private owner to transfer it to another, and has now required all Americans to purchase a specific product, and to accept the redefinition of an institution ordained by God and long predating the formation of the Court,” he wrote.

 

Cruz said America’s Framers “underestimated the justices’ craving for legislative power, and they overestimated the Congress’s backbone to curb it,” adding that the remedy of impeachment “is not remedy at all” since the Senate can’t muster the 67 votes to impeach a justice.

 

“The time has come, therefore, to recognize that the problem lies not with the lawless rulings of individual lawless justices, but with the lawlessness of the Court itself,” he wrote. “The decisions that have deformed our constitutional order and have debased our culture are but symptoms of the disease of liberal judicial activism that has infected our judiciary. A remedy is needed that will restore health to the sick man in our constitutional system.”

 

That remedy, he said, should render justices directly accountable to the people.

 

“Twenty states have now adopted some form of judicial retention elections, and the experience of these states demonstrates that giving the people the regular, periodic power to pass judgment on the judgments of their judges strikes a proper balance between judicial independence and judicial accountability,” he wrote.

 

“It also restores respect for the rule of law to courts that have systematically imposed their personal moral values in the guise of constitutional rulings. The courts in these states have not been politicized by this check on their power, nor have judges been removed indiscriminately or wholesale. Americans are a patient, forgiving people. We do not pass judgment rashly.”

 

Cruz’s amendment would make it so every justice – beginning with the second national election after his or her appointment – is subject to a retention election every eight years.

 

And if Congress doesn’t pass Cruz’s amendment, he said, “then the movement from the people for an Article V Convention of the States – to propose the amendments directly – will grow stronger and stronger.”

 

Cruz concluded:

 

Hold on to the Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world.’ We must hold fast to the miracle that is our Constitution and our republic; we must not submit our constitutional freedoms, and the promise of our nation, to judicial tyranny.”

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6.25.15 – “Ted Cruz Gives Floor Speech on Supreme Court’s Decision To Write Legislation on ObamaCare from the Bench – King v. Burwell”

 

LINK TO VIDEO:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diurSGwZQ58

 

[Remember that it was Ted Cruz in 2013 who, as a new U. S. Senator, had the courage to conduct a 21-hour filibuster against ObamaCare while most of the other Senators and the news media vilified him.  Ted Cruz is committed, courageous, and follows his moral compass against all odds. It will take that type of totally dedicated President to bring America back from the slippery slope.]


Donna Garner

Wgarner1@hot.rr.com

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