During the last 50 years the Supreme Court has condemned millions of innocent unborn children to death, banished God from our schools and the public square, extended Constitutional protections to prisoners of war on foreign soil, authorized the confiscation of property from private owners to transfer to ownership to others, and now requires all Americans to purchase a specific product and accept the redefinition of an institution ordained by God and long predating the formation of the Court.
Our forefathers underestimated the justice’s craving for legislative power and overestimated Congress’s backbone to curb it. The time has come to recognize that the problem lies not with lawless rulings of individuals lawless justices but with the lawlessness of the Court itself. The decisions that have deformed our Constitutional order and debased our culture are symptoms of the disease of liberal judicial activism that has infected our judiciary.
“As we prepare to celebrate the 239th anniversary of the birth of our country, our Constitution finds itself under sustained attack from an arrogant judicial elite. Yet the words of Daniel Webster ring as true today as they did over 150 years ago: ‘Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster and what has happened once in 6,000 years, may not happen again. Hold on to the Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world.’ We must hold fast to the miracle that is our Constitution and our republic; we must not submit our constitutional freedoms, and the promise of our nation, to judicial tyranny.” Senator Ted Cruz
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