Friday, March 18, 2005


Because they do not take drug tests, the American people do not know if Justices of the Supreme Court are high on illegal or legal drugs, when they decide cases. Americans do not know if U.S. senators or representatives are high on illegal or legal drugs, when they make the laws, like the ones that allow drug-testing for employment.
These three groups--justices, senators, representatives--adhere to the old policy of: Do As We Say, Not As We Do.
Many in these three groups are elderly, which means they must take certain medications, which may or may not disrupt thinking or cloud the thought process. These groups of people have serious and very important jobs, yet not one journalist has bothered to investigate if any one of them have been "high" on something while they decided laws.
If if can be proven that certain Justices of the Supreme Court were taking certain medications, while deciding cases, the losers of those cases have a legal right to challenge the Supreme Court's decisions.
If it can be proven that certain senators or representatives made laws, while under the influence of legal medications or illegal drugs, then those laws can be challenged.
But don't expect any reporters from The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times or The Boston Globe to investigate--they all lie in the same bed.


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