Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Justice Anthony Kennedy Preserving Supreme Court of the United States

Today brings some news, for which I am grateful, if it is true. Justice Anthony Kennedy says he will not step down from the Supreme Court until after the 2012 elections, possibly preserving the fabric of America.

Justice Anthony Kennedy

Justice Kennedy, appointed to SCOTUS by President Ronald Reagan, is the swing vote that often, but not always, preserves a conservative voice on the Nation's highest Court. According to the New York Daily News, Kennedy has told family and friends he will stay on the court until after the 2012 presidential election.

From the beginning of Obama's presidential campaign, it was obvious if he was elected, the most dangerous thing about the man (other than breaking us financially) would be his opportunity to load the Supreme Court with radical judges like Sonia Sotomayor, a member of LaRaza, and Elena Kagan who lied to make abortion more palatable to SCOTUS, and thinks the U.S. Constitution is a "living breathing" document, just gasping for a Progressive "fix." Kagan will no doubt be seated. If Kennedy, now 74 years young, doesn't leave the bench during The Time of Obama, we have the opportunity to preserve our Constitution and our Republic. Thank you Justice Kennedy!

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