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Thursday, September 30, 2010


Cutting Corners Around the Constitution – Scoundrel Soros’ Massive Campaign to Tranform the Courts



From Weasel Zippers:

Soros is bankrolling a massive campaign to usurp and replaceevery voter’s right to elect judges with a “merit” system where judges are selected by legal (read: lefty) elitist groups such as the American Bar Association and the American Trail Lawyers Association.
American Justice Partnership (AJP)’s 29-page study, Justice Hijacked: Your Right to Vote at Stake, highlights the depth Soros’ efforts to corrupt our courts. An excerpt from the beginning of the study (p5):
An analysis of hundreds of documents and websites, foundation and nonprofit IRS Form 990s, reveals that OSI [Soros' Open Society Institute] has funneled at least $45.4 million into a highly-coordinated campaign to reshape the judiciary and fundamentally change the way judges are chosen in many American states. This figure is almost surely a conservative estimate, for these same organizations have received an additional $52.4 million from OSI to finance a range of activities, some of which, such as “general support” contributions, may be supporting OSI’s judiciary campaign. As Investor’s Business Daily noted, “Soros’ ’shaping public policies,’ as OSI calls it, is not illegal. But it is a problem for democracy ‘because it drives issues with cash and then only lets the public know about it after it is old news. That means the public makes decisions about issues without understanding the special agenda of groups behind them. Without more transparency, it amounts to political manipulation.”
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1 Comments:

Blogger Ashan said...

This vile, evil man is a traitor in every sense. Can't wait till he gets his due.

Thursday, September 30, 2010 6:43:00 am  

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