Despite the fact that I have largely removed all of the internet traffic links to my site, I did want to submit a post on the final chapter of a series of post I mad the past few days about the Schiavo case.
It's a terribly tragedy that the American judiciary, inspired by hearsay evidence from a bitter husband, killed a defenseless, brain-damaged woman. No explanation of why. No explanation of legal precedent. No explanation at all except the will of a dispassionate discharge of duty.
There are many problems with this approach. Chief among them is the ability of the courts to rebuff the checks and balances imposed by the Legislative an Executive branch on the judiciary. If ever there was a need for a constitutional amendment it would be to curtail the power of the judiciary but strengthening oversight by the Congress and the Executive. I do not see this case as a catalyst of change but it is definitely something for our Nation to consider as judges continue to impose their will in our modern tyranny of the minority. If this continues, we very soon shall have to limit our rights to only those among us society deems worthy to live.