Justice served…

There likely hasn’t been a more qualified SCOTUS nominee in quite some time, and yet most Senate Democrats are portraying Neil Gorsuch as some kind of radical monster. Thinking back to November 8th, I was hopeful of a turning point, a pivot back toward the tenets that made our nation the envy of the world. But while the defeat of Hillary Clinton was a monumental step in that direction, the time since has sharpened and clarified the divisions of a country which appears to have lost its way.

Judge Gorsuch not only schooled a haphazard and vitriolic gang of Liberal Democrats on the meaning of “separation of powers” and Constitutional law during his confirmation hearings, but he also highlighted, (whether intentionally or not), the many ways the Judiciary Branch has gone off the reservation if you will, when it comes to original intent and the role of the courts. Gorsuch reminded the elitist interviewers, that it was their responsibility to legislate on behalf of their constituency, not his, and that if they desired better results, then they should “write better laws”. Interesting…

We are truly living in tumultuous times my friends. Issues of obvious common sense are now blurred and distorted for the sake of every perceived offense, as well as an activist ideology of validation for all things, no matter the reach of reason and/or simple truth. Litigation has replaced the referendum as a means to an end, and the death spiral of the American free press has served only to broaden the line between traditional American value systems and a literally accountability free society, thus leaving folks on both sides dug in for what is looking more and more like an ideological and cultural civil war every day.

With that said, one thing is for certain. Judge Neil Gorsuch will be confirmed to the Supreme Court of the United States, and he will issue opinions wholly and constitutionally in line with his judicial responsibilities as outlined in our system of government. He has made this clear by exemplary example, and having great experience and exhaustive knowledge of the founding documents. This work ethic is something Senate Democrats should emulate at the earliest juncture. Put aside your curious and unhealthy hatred for our president, and your petty sour grapes at the loss of an extremely flawed candidate for just a minute, and do the right thing by our children…

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