Saturday, 29 July 2017

'Oh Well; Close Enough' - NOT

from ’Texas Judge Reinstated to Bench after being Suspended for not being a US Citizen!’ - Time Brown - July 29
(“Texas municipal court Judge Young Min Burkett was suspended after it was discovered she is not an [sic] united States citizen.  Now, the Corpus Christi City Council has voted to return her to the bench after she was naturalized…”
What??!!  She broke the damn law!  Out with her!  Or to say, In with her - into jail.  
Can you imagine her sitting in judgment on some case where she says, ‘Oh well - close enough.  Let the defendant go.  Next case…’  As it is, all the rulings that she made prior to becoming a citizen are open to lawsuits - and rightly so.  Either the law is or it isn't.  And for everybody...
What an effing mess this country has allowed itself to get into.)


This is part and parcel of the same sort of mentality that has 'grown up' (you should excuse the expression) in this country that allowed the citizenry to overlook the fact that Obama was not eligible for that office, for not being a 'natural born' citizen, but 'oh well; close enough,' seems to have been the attitude. And thus passes the rule of law in this country; leaving it wide open to arbitrary law, aka tyranny.

For those of you who don't understand the difference between a 'natural born' citizen and any other kind of citizen, a NBC is a person "born in the country, of parents who are citizens" thereof. (That's what makes it 'natural,' for heaven's sake. This isn't rocket science.) It's from the definitive tome of the day on such nation-building subjects, E. de Vattel's 'The Law of Nations'. (Book One, Ch. XIX, Sect. 212. Look it up. It's right there, available on the Internet for anybody who has at least half a mind to support the Constitution, and its rule of law for this nation.) I can only surmise that so many good Americans let this crime go by because they thought that if there were anything wrong with the Usurper's candidacy and subsequent occupancy of the office, the Republicans would have said something about it. And so what does this terrible crime against this country tell us? That the Republicans are involved in the whole business of overturning the Constitution, along with the Democrats.

This judge in Texas knew damn well that what she was doing was illegal, or she wouldn't have had the knowledge of the law to become a judge in the first place. And the city authorities who let her application slide are equally as culpable. The whole lot of them need to be brought to trial. In a legitimate court of law. if there are any left in Texas. Or the country proper, for that matter. Especially after the Usurper got his hands oh the levels of power in the country, and shifted it so far to the Left that it may never recover from the list to that side. What a terrible, terrible mess that we are in. All because too many American citizens went asleep at the switch, of their country from a federal constitutional republic to a wet noodle, capable of being manipulated at will, by devious spirits. Talk about selling out one's birthright for a mess of pottage.


People, people:


I know that you have been raised in your public school systems over at least the last half a century not to bother with learning how to spell correctly.  But see how that sort of thing has led to the effing mess that we are in as a nation???

And that little bit of 'education' business has been on purpose.  By ideologues, who know full what they are doing, and have been doing for over this whole period of time.  They are experts at Mind Control games.  And you have, by and large, fallen for their machinations, hook, line, and sinker.

Let's see you get out of this one.........

...and if you can't:

That was your doing.

And opportunity.

Which don't come around very often.


To set things right.

And thus,

graduate from that level of lessons.

In the meantime,

what a waste.  Of major potential.

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