The Moderate Voice On The Shiavo Case

If you hear a weird noise tonight, it could be the sound of conservative icons Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan turning over in their graves. Senato

If you hear a weird noise tonight, it could be the sound of conservative icons Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan turning over in their graves.

Senator Rick Santorium basically now suggests the judge wasted his time ruling on the Terri Schiavo case since unless he had ruled the way Congress wanted, he was "defying" Congress.

Sanatorium's new argument is that if Congress passes a law, it is automatically correct even if it is a law involving a highly controversial issue seeped in all kinds of ethical, political and legal issues. Read this item for yourself:

"You have judicial tyranny here," Sanatorium told WABC Radio in New York. "Congress passed a law that said that you had to look at this case. He simply thumbed his nose at Congress."

And we all know that Congress and its members who are elected don't tend to pander to get votes while judges always pander to win over constituencies to perpetuate themselves in office. Or, wait...do I have that backwards?...read on

TMV is well, a moderate...


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