9th Circuit Denies Consititution – Allows Legal and Illegal Alien Voting

Catchy title, right? Unfortunately it is also a true title. This is the result of bending over backwards to reward lobbying and not justice. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has finally ruled on Arizona’s Prop 200, a proof of citizenship requirement for the right to vote. And once again the court, with the bad assistance of Sandra Day O’Connor, have bowed to the pressure of alien advocacy groups. In the court’s eye, somehow, the constitutional requirement that only a citizen of the United States has the right to vote in election is somehow trumped by the imagined right of all to vote, whether citizen, legal alien or illegal alien. Michelle Malkin has more on the decision here with related non-alien Voter Fraud pieces here and here, while The Heritage Foundation has background on the issue here (also referenced at Malkin’s site).

You may have noticed that it’s been a while since my last blog. I have been a bit busy with some health-related and family related issues. These have mostly been resolved and I hope to return to a somewhat regular blogging schedule with this post. Later today I will be posting my choices for the local election so please keep an eye out for it.

UPDATE: J. Christian Adams has related information here.

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2 Responses to 9th Circuit Denies Consititution – Allows Legal and Illegal Alien Voting

  1. That’s our court system, we need to get rid of them too. What is the sense of being a legal citizan if we are going to allow all that come here illegally to vote also. You could not do that in their country. I’m sorry but my father, uncle, & husband fought for our rights I for one am tired of the liberal crap taking my rights and giving it to those that have not earned it. This country has gone to the crapper. The illegals have more rights than we do. If we do not start waking up you can kiss your behinny good by.

  2. Well, it will take time, but we can change the direction of courts to a more centrist pov if we put pressure on the officials, state and federal, who put them into office in the first place. Granted, the pressure will work more at the federal level than the state level since the appointments there are for life, while states tend to be election oriented – at least at the lower levels. So vote on November 2 and make sure the person you vote for will help to bring the courts back to center.

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