A federal judge stops the executions of eight murderers who were duly tried and convicted by their peers in Arkansas. The use of the drug to be used in their execution might cause severe pain before they die might be a violation of their constitutional rights.
What constitutional rights? This is another in a long list of reasons why judges should stand down for violating the rights of the American people who sentenced these killers to death. These same judges starting with Roe v. Wade and the late Judge Harry Blackmun of the United States Supreme Court, who wrote the decision that has led to nearly a million babies to be murdered by abortion every year.
There were no trials for these babies, no constitutional rights. We murder babies but cannot execute criminals who have been duly tried. As time goes on, the biggest fear that I have is that our judicial system is becoming the biggest enemy of our country. It is finding any behavior as acceptable and the court system as a political tool to separate this Christian country founded on Christian beliefs to undermine our school system and impede the will of our people.
The ultimate in governance are the 10 Commandments and not judges legislating their personal opinions from the bench.
Mike Der Manouel Sr., Fresno