The ACLU as the Supreme Court

October/29/2012 16:12PM
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The ACLU has made a big impact in America. No organization has done more to moderate or eliminate traditional American values. No prayers in school, total separation of church and state, crosses down across the country, and total support for the criminal to the exclusion of the victim. Take this into consideration when you cast that presidential ballot.

To my friends who  know of the importance of voting for Mitt Romney, I’d just ask you  to keep these things in mind:
1. Justice Scalia just turned 78 2.  Justice Kennedy will turn 78 later this year 3. Justice Breyer was 76 in  August 4. Justice Ginsburg turned 81 about a week ago. In addition, Justice  Ginsburg is reportedly quite ill. 5. Justice Stephens has already said he  would retire and is just waiting for Obama to be reelected.
The next  president could appoint as many as 5 new Justices over the next four  years.
This election is about much more than the ObamaCare  Tax.
Whomever we elect as president in November is almost certainly going  to choose hundreds of other life-tenured federal judges, all of whom will be  making momentous decisions about our lives for decades to come.
If you  don’t think it matters whether the guy making those calls is Mitt Romney or Barack Obama, THINK AGAIN.
So, for anybody who is thinking  of not voting because your favorite Republican didn’t get nominated, or writing  in a candidate who can’t win, visualize this headline:
After you have  stopped gasping, kindly send this to your list of concerned citizens. Then ask  yourself if you are doing all you possibly can to help Romney/Ryan be elected.  We have precious little time left to do so. Want motivation? Think of the damage  to America, to our Christian values, if Obama (the most anti-biblical president  in our history according to Wallbuilders’ David Barton) gets another 4 years to  put through HIS far left agenda?
 If there was ever any doubt, today’s class photo — an annual ritual of the Supreme Court — makes if official. Sonia Sotomayor is in the picture, the 111th justice, the third woman and the first Latino on the high court. She’s also President Obama‘s first Supreme Court nominee.In the photo, Sotomayor is standing behind two of the court’s most conservative members — Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas — on the far right of the picture. No one expects her to votethat way.Meanwhile, the New York Times is reporting that the Supreme Court’s docket has plummeted from about 150 cases a year in the 1980s to half that now. The primary reason, according to a Yale Law School conference, is that newer justices tend to vote to hear appeals less frequently.
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