Saturday, December 13, 2008

December 12, 2000 - Supreme Court Dooms USA

On December 12, 2000 the United States Supreme Court decided the Bush v Gore case regarding the Florida recount. This decision is the decision that sealed the fate of the United States of America for the foreseeable future. With the legitimizing of a Bush victory, the Presidency was handed over to the most incompetent, corrupt Administration that this Nation has ever experienced.

The Supreme Court decision acquiescing to politically charged technicalities had no other choice to rule as they did because of the failure of the Gore and DNC attorneys to present a coherent and relevant case. The whole dynamics of the case would have been different if the Gore Campaign had challenged the Flordia Election results on a State wide level instead of choosing particular counties, but that is a mistake that can not be undone. It is however a mistake that caused the Supreme Court to rule in favor of Bush, thus casting our Nation into eight years of despair, unlawfulness, corruption, the looting of the Treasury and the total disregard for the laws, ideals and aspirations of a young republic that is the greatest experiment in governance ever undertaken by humanity.

By handing the power of the Presidency to a corrupt Republican Syndicate, the United States Supreme Court destined the United States to suffer through the coming Depression caused by the incompetence of this Presidency. December 7th is called the Day of Infamy in United States History. What Moniker should we call December 12th?

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