Monday, July 24, 2006


AndyJ you mentioned sending out lawyers, I do not think this what you really intended.

The lawsuit, which was filed by the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, seeks an emergency court order that would compel the U.S. government to stop sending weapons to Israel as long as U.S. citizens are trying to leave Lebanon.
If the judge in the case has a modicum of common sense, he will toss this out as having no basis as it would be abrogating upon the judiciary the powers to direct US foreign policy. Or the judge could issue a preliminary injunction barring any evacuations and the transport of weapons until the case is heard to determine its constitutionality.

Just one more attempt by anti-democratic forces to circumvent the checks and balances built into the American system. This suit should not even make it beyond initial perusal and the only threat being will an ambulance be needed when the judge suffers laughing fits and collapses?


Anonymous said...

No Anna I did mean send out the lawyers. They should be sent out ahead of the troops so that they can be between the terrorists and our troops and observe closely the actions. After all, we wouldn't want to have our troops taking advantage of the poor terrorists. It might be goos to have nice white X's painted on their backs so that can be readily seen by our troops.


Anna said...

Anyone for a kamikaze lawyer battalion?