Personal agendas wrong for court
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Nov 14, 2012 | 2114 views |  0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Alabama voters, about 52 percent, decided that someone who violates the law should be the highest-ranking guardian of the law. What abnormality possessed them to think that was a good idea?

While I support God-loving, conservative Republican values, I do not want a lawbreaker to officiate any legal matter with the same disregard of the law, and the people of Alabama, that he showed in the past. As responsible citizens, we can’t violate a law just because we don’t like it.

To the 52 percent, try to explain to the highway patrol that you don’t have to follow the traffic laws because Judge Roy Moore made it possible for us to flaunt the laws as we choose, then send the bill to the judge, with thanks. The Supreme Court should not be controlled by personal agendas.

William Niemeier
Jacksonville
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