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Monday, October 25, 2004

Die Rehnquist, Die: How the Impending Demise of Arch-Traitor William Rehnquist Could Spell The End of GOP Control Of All Three Branches by 2006

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Maybe it was the stress of knowing that once again the election may end up going to the Supreme Court for a decision. Perhaps it was just a guilty conscious. George Bush's bad karma? Whatever the reason, William Rehnquist chief "justice" of the Supreme Court is in the hospital with cancer, and it looks like he'll be trading in that judicial robe for a funeral shroud. Good riddance.
Some might say that it is wrong to cheer the impending decomposition of a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Generally, I would agree, however, cheering the death of a traitor is perfectly patriotic. Rehnquist and the four other justices who voted with him in Bush vs. Gore are indeed traitors. The legal basis for this charge was established by Vincent Bugliosi in, "The Betrayal of America", written after that decision. The only regret a patriotic American ought to feel about a traitor like Rehnquist's demise of natural causes is that he will never be held accountable in a court of law and punished for what he did. If I were a religious man, I would assume that he is now receiving punishment by the hand of providence, which timed its divine stroke to ensure that his evil will be undone. After all, Rehnquist has lived longer than most people, and by placing George Bush in office has made it impossible for thousands of Americans and tens of thousands of foreigners to do the same.
What would the death or incapacitation of Rehnquist mean in terms of the election? Should the election again be decided in the supreme court, it would end in a four - four draw, reaffirming the decision of the lower court which would inevitably have heard the case first. In Florida with its democrat dominated supreme court, this would probably spell the end of Bush's hopes, despite his baby brother's nastiest anti-constitutional machinations. In any case, be the lower court in question a state supreme court or a federal appeals court, it is unlikely to be as partisan as the Rehnquist court, which will become a non-factor.
The long-term implications of Rehnquist's passing would be even greater, assuming a Kerry victory next week. In one fell swoop the Democrats will retake two branches of the federal government by electing John Kerry. After becoming president one of his first acts will be to appoint a new supreme court justice. Depending on which party controls the senate after the election, a bitter confirmation struggle may ensue but eventually a Kerry nominee must inevitably prevail. Thus, the executive and judiciary will be in democratic hands. Sandra Day O'Connor is unlikely to last much longer, as she is known to have been considering retirement since prior to the Bush V. Gore debacle. One can only speculate that she has stayed in the court to protect her legacy, hoping that a legitimate Bush victory would give her an excuse to retire knowing her replacement will be appointed by a mandated president rather than a thief she herself helped to install. Considering her age, poor health, and the hopeless frustration a Kerry win would cause her it is unlikely that she will remain in the court for another four years. So should Kerry win on Tuesday next, we should see a 5-4 liberal court almost immediately and a 6-3 court not long thereafter.
This will also mean the end of Republican domination of the House by 2006. Redistricting cases will be brought before the court regarding the unconstitutional, partisan redistricting plans foisted on the country by the GOP in Texas, where Hispanics are shifting that state inexorably towards a Democratic majority, and Pennsylvania, where Democrats outnumber Republicans by approximately half a million voters but have been gerrymandered into a one-third minority in the House. The House should be in Democratic hands by 2006, and once the Democrats take control of the House Ethics Committee they'll be able to chase out some of the worst of the Republican sleaze who will have survived the midterm elections in their suddenly more competitive districts.
With the Republican control of all three branches of government completely reversed by 2006, it will be time for Progressives to stop holding our noses and voting for the lesser evil, and start pressuring the Democrats for a truly progressive, non-corporatist platform. After all, they wouldn't want to lose out to that loyal opposition party- the Greens. So, from the bottom of my red, white and blue heart I say grow tumor, grow; die Rehnquist, DIE!


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