Saturday, June 24, 2006

Activist Judge Rules He's The One To Decide....

Enemy Press outlet Reuters reports on a successful attempt by the misnamed ACLU to force the government to decide if a terrorist apologist should be allowed into the US.

Misguided or enemy sympathizer? "U.S. District Judge Paul Crotty granted a request by the American Civil Liberties Union to force a decision on the visa request from renowned Swiss theologian Tariq Ramadan, who has been barred from U.S. entry since 2004 and has waited more than nine months for a response to his latest application." It seems rather funny doesn't it that the court inserts itself into something that's not it's purview?

Where is this court's authority to rule on something that no one outside the US has the right to? Here's more foolishness or something else from the mouth of this judge. "Crotty called the government's explanations on why it had delayed a decision on Ramadan's latest application 'less than convincing' and mocked its claims that Ramadan had not been excluded entry over concerns he espoused terrorism." No one has a right to enter this country. Perhaps the government would have been better served by just denying his application and let that be the end of it. Unfortunately, the fact they didn't allowed the enemy supporting ACLU to find a sympathetic judge to force America to justify - to the satisfaction of those who hate America - who gets in and why.

It's not the business of any court to determine who may or may not enter this country. There are too many people who hate this country who would use any method they can to undermine our way of life. Sometimes they claim to be on our side, and sometimes they don't. During wartime, it's not the job of anyone except the executive branch to determine who's eligible to enter this country. We can't and shouldn't let in anyone who desires too, especially at this time.

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