Thursday, February 18, 2010

US Representative Government

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Yesterday, the 17th, was a turning point from me. My faith in the US representative government has been waning. I feel the biggest problem with the US is judges being given immunity and the relationships between judges and elected officials. Favors are traded and citizens are sold out.

I was at a Legislative Judiciary Committee Public Hearing in Hartford, Connecticut. Theme expanding, these legislators, but for two, or three, actually don't care about the good of the people who they represent. How do we the people change this?

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This is what I'm talking about:

Chris Kennedy gives overwhelming evidence to the Connecticut Judiciary Committee Feb. 17, 2010. The documents, well over a quarter inch thick given to the committee should compel them not to re-appoint Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan. The majority of the committee members are lawyers working under judges in the Judicial Branch which is ripe with retaliation, favors, and case rigging. These legislators consider the judges with even the worst behavior, friends! So, there is obviously no real representation for our taxation. Legislators who are for the people would not allow abusive judges who are breaking laws to continue to ruin lives, break up families, and put people in jail, not because they are guilty, just because they feel like it.


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