Monday, July 11, 2005

Welcome to the Krytocracy of United States

As we have seen in the last couple of weeks and actually the last couple of decades, our form of Gov't has shifted from a Democratic-Republic to a Krytocracy, ruled by judges. These activist judges have taken it upon themselves to interpret the law that suits THEIR needs, not the people's or the law itself. And today we have another example of a judge DEMANDING a city build a development, or face jail time.
A judge in Maryland is threatening jail time for county planners if they don't approve a 254-townhouse project in a badly congested region, despite a shortage of water and a petition signed by 600 residents.

"What is the point of having commissioners if the county is going to be run by lawyers and judges?" Carroll County Commissioner Dean Minnich told the Baltimore Sun. "All the decisions at this level of the courts seem to be pro-development."

According to the paper, the planning commission rejected the Eldersburg project last year, citing inadequate facilities in South Carroll, whose population has nearly tripled since 1980.

But Circuit Judge Michael M. Galloway agreed with developers that a previous ruling from six years ago was still valid, and on June 30, he ordered commissioners to OK the site plan for the rental complex in the county's most populous and fastest-growing area.

Benjamin Rosenberg, attorney for the developer, the Carrolltowne Development Partnership, said he'd demand jail time for members of the planning commission – including County Commission president Julia Walsh Gouge – if officials did not comply with the judge's decision.

Local roads are reportedly congested, schools are surrounded by portable classrooms, and the water supply is so stretched, officials have cut back on development until new sources of H2O can be found.

"They will find water for this project," Rosenberg told the Sun. "The county should have reserved water for this project in 1995. If need be, it will have to take water allocated to another project."

So with a wave of his magic wand, Judge Galloway is going to force the city to allow the development without the necessary services to sustain the condos. Judges sit up on their throne and rule without consciousness of the outcome of their decisions. There are a lot of fine and responsible judges in our nation, but because of the Liberals and their placement of judges that will ignore the Law and rule in their favor, we are seeing a judicial system gone wild, with no restraint. It's cases like this, and others worse, that the next two Supreme Court nominees are so important, and they HAVE to be strict Constitutionalists. This nation is going to hell in a hand basket, unless the Liberals and their socialist agenda, with their judges in their pockets, can be thwarted and pushed back into their caves. Watch and wait because America is at a nexus point in it's history.

Mr Minority