My Sentiments Are NOT To Be Regulated!
Sunday, March 06, 2005
Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 6:16 PM
I promised on Friday that I would give a little more in depth explanation of my outrage over the idiocy concerning Blogs, the internet and fiasco that is Campaign Finance Reform.
U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly (what is it with these people with 3 names anyway?) has once again shown us how judges "think". I say "think" in quotes, because I mean that sarcastically. I really don't think that they "think" much at all; at least some don't. It is clear when you read opinions by Thomas and Scalia that they have a fine grasp of not only the English language, but also the Constitution and law in general. Then along comes Ms. Kollar-Kotelly.
First of all, remember that Campaign Finance Reform as Senator McCain help to pass is unconstitutional. And I quote "Congress shall make no law .. abridging the freedom of speech". Gee. Pretty cut and dry there eh? Ever read the FREAKING Constitution Mr. McCain? So what part of "shall make no law" didn't you understand? Was it the "no" part?
So now Ms. "Gee I think I'll make some new law today even though it is not my job to do so" Kollar-Kotelly steps in. Quoted as saying "exclusion of Internet communications from the coordinated communications regulation severely undermines [Campaign Finance Reform]" she has de facto changed the law which was set in place to exclude political bloggers such as myself.
Suggestion Ms. Kollar-Kotelly, you might want to rethink that silliness or at least sleep with one eye open. We bloggers as a group have ruined the careers of idiots a heck of a lot more powerful than you. Ever hear of Dan Rather?
Now, you have the balls to try and infringe on our first amendment rights, or at least open the doorway for Congress to expand its already unconstitutional law? Way to go! I think that there is only one punishment suitable for a traitor such as yourself and that is impeachment and disgrace. I sometimes wish that blatant disregard for the Constitution could be considered treason so that we could do much worse to you, but alas I am a Constitutionalist and would not suggest that we punish you more than your due.
Besides, I am certain that you could get a nice cushy job talking to groups like MoveOn.org and at Michael Moore film festivals speaking about how disregarding the Constitution is a good thing. So your life wouldn't be ruined all that much.
See Judge, we are not to be taken lightly at all. We have free speech in this nation and a right to it. If you further the destruction of that right do not be surprised if your public service career comes to an end suddenly before Congress. And if you cannot understand something simple as the phrase "Congress shall make no law" then you are clearly not qualified to sit upon your bench nor wear the robes of a judge.
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