Friday, September 21, 2012
Now that an activist judge has overturned part of act 10 the right is circulating a petition in favor of it. Goody for you, aside from one of your core beliefs being against petitions what is the point? Thinking back to my school days I vaguely remember that if a law is ruled unconstitutional the legislative branch could make changes to the law so that it meets the constitutional concerns that the courts had. In this case all that would have to be done is extend act 10 to cover police and fire, which should have been done in the first place. Maybe the energy that is being used to circulate meaningless petitions could be better spent educating people on the right how exactly the US system of government works because there seems to be some confusion.