Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Elena Kagan, a threat to the U.S. Constitution

During the Senate hearings on Elena Kagan’s appointment to the United States Supreme Court, some questions were asked of Miss Kagan:

Ms Kagan thought it legal to ban political pamphlets. Some of our Founding Fathers were pamphleteers. Pamphlets being the 18th century equivalent to the current day Internet.

Asked about natural rights as written in the Declaration of Independence, Miss Kagan offered no reply.

Asked if the government can require people to eat vegetables every day. Once again future Supreme Court justice Miss Elena Kagan offered no opinion.

When the Washington, DC gun ban issue was before the Supreme Court, Ms. Kagan urged the Court no to hear the case. Bye bye Second Amendment.

Future Supreme Court justice expressed it was proper for a Justice to consider foreign law as a source on Constitutional issues. Never mind what Article Three of the Constitution reads on part on this issue:

Article three:
“The judicial power shall extend to all cases, in law and equity, arising under this Constitution, the laws of the United States, and treaties made…”

No reference to foreign law in the Articles addressing the Supreme Court.

When Kagan was in a leadership position at Harvard Law School she banned military recruiters in violation of U.S. law.

Future justice of the Supreme Court also stated government can ban books. Fascism anyone?

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