Friday, March 25, 2005


United States judges think they are gods. Sometimes they actually act like gods, determining who will live and who will die. County judges, state judges, federal judges, and even district justices, who are legally considered judges, all have too much power. They can literally do anything in their courtrooms, and no one can do a damn thing about it.
If a judge in his courtroom orders you to disrobe and stand on your head during a hearing or trial, you must obey. That sounds ridiculous, but it is true. In the courtroom, a judge can do anything he or she wants--he or she can literally act like a god. The courtroom is a judge's heaven, his or her's realm and kingdom. Lawyers can argue about judges' actions, and people can complain all they want, but the chances are slim-to-none that a judge will be removed from the bench for doing stupid actions. The news media can complain. Congress people can curse on TV, and protests can proceed forever, but once a judge is in his or her's courtroom, he or she can do and decided almost anything--and you can't do a damn thing about it.
That is why Congress must pass laws that decrease the power of all judges.
It is The Profound Journalist's opinion that if a judge releases a murderer or a rapist earlier than the required sentence, and he kills or rapes again, that judge should be pulled from the bench, tied to a utility pole and publicly whipped to death.
That might sound cruel, but judges routinely release dangerous people into the public, and when these people kill, rape, torture or slaughter, the judges never suffer any penalties. That should change.
If a judge is the cause of a criminal causing death, rape, torture or other harm to the public, that judge should be removed from the bench, fined and thrown in jail for at least 10 years.
Judges act like gods. They have the power of gods. It is time to drag these fools back to earth, by having Congress cut their ropes of godly-power.


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