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Thursday, December 13, 2012

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m. brady

So a "judge" has just added to the horror of the demise of our democracy. Funny thing, most of us thought that judges are suppose to be non partisan, not any more, Dick and Jane.

vicki johnson

What gives any Judge or individual the right/power to enact precedence over our constitutional rights?
Where did he even get the idea that he could attempt such a thing????

I am appalled and outraged that our elected officials have gotten so brazen! Was this man drunk? on drugs? anyone else behaving in this manner would be sent for a mental evaluation. Perhaps we should commit him...

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