10 Years after Bush v. Gore

This post was written by marc on December 8, 2010
Posted Under: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

It’s been 10 years since the Supreme Court usurped the power of the People and instead appointed George W. Bush as president. At that time America had a surplus. We are on tract to completely pay off the national debt in 10 years, which would be today.

Instead we got 9/11, two wars, a collapsing economy, and about 14 trillion dollars in national debt. America invades other countries without provocation. Wall Street steals trillions and we reward them with trillions more. We run torture prisons in Iraq and the real culprits don’t go to jail. We steal from the poor to give to the rich. We have become a broken nation.

On that day 10 years ago the integrity of our nation was damaged in a way that America might never recover. History might record this single act as the beginning of the end of the America we knew and the beginning of a dark chapter in our nations history. And although there is no mechanism in law to protect the People from the Supreme Court we must always remember that what they did 10 years ago was fundamentally an act of treason to the Constitution and we as a nation are suffering the consequences of allowing this national disgrace.

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