Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Giustizia, Stati Uniti

Usa. I dem frustrati vorrebbero limitare la carica alla Suprema Corte a 18 anni.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-09-30.

Suprema Corte

I liberal democratici hanno molte caratteristiche, ma tra queste spicca la loro supponente superbia: ritengono di essere depositari di verità assolute, fatto questo che ritengono autorizzarli ad imporre la propria Weltanschauung.

Ma esistono anche gli altri, che di questa proprio non ne vogliono sapere.

Nelle elezioni del 2016 si erano creduti di poter vincere alla grande la Presidenza presentando Mrs Clinton, femmina, la quale aveva proposto come programma elettorale l’ideologia liberal. Il risultato è noto.

Nulla di peggio per un superbo il non riuscire ad imporre la propria volontà: ci si contorce le budella ruminando un odio viepiù viscerale e drammaticamente urente perché impotente di fronte la realtà dei fatti. Il superbo non accetta il fatto di non essere onnipotente. Odia chi lo riporti alla realtà.

Si struggono che Mr Trump abbia nominato un gran numero di giudici federali, riequilibrando la composizione delle corti e, soprattutto, di accingersi a nominare un terzo giudice nella Corte Suprema.

Per beffa del destino, burla divina per i credenti, Sua Giustizia Ginsburg è deceduta, contrariamente ai loro desiderata. Ed ora vivono l’incubo di una Suprema Corte non dominata da loro.

Stanno provando su questa terra le pene loro destinate nell’inferno.

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«Democrats prepare bill limiting U.S. Supreme Court justice terms to 18 years»

«Democrats in of the House of Representatives will introduce a bill next week to limit the tenure of U.S. Supreme Court justices to 18 years from current lifetime appointments, in a bid to reduce partisan warring over vacancies and preserve the court’s legitimacy»

«The new bill, seen by Reuters, would allow every president to nominate two justices per four-year term»

«help lower the temperature over fights for the court that go to the fault lines of cultural issues and is one of the primary things tearing at our social fabric»

«Some legal observers, including those who favor term limits, say they must be accomplished through an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which has been interpreted as requiring life tenure for federal judges and justices»

«The bill seeks to avoid constitutional concerns by exempting current justices from the 18-year rule»

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Non sappiamo quale sarà il risultato delle prossime elezioni.

Ma forse i liberal democratici non dovrebbero metterci sopra troppo il cuore.

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Democrats prepare bill limiting U.S. Supreme Court justice terms to 18 years.

Democrats in of the House of Representatives will introduce a bill next week to limit the tenure of U.S. Supreme Court justices to 18 years from current lifetime appointments, in a bid to reduce partisan warring over vacancies and preserve the court’s legitimacy.

The new bill, seen by Reuters, would allow every president to nominate two justices per four-year term and comes amid heightened political tensions as Republican President Donald Trump prepares to announce his third pick for the Supreme Court after the death on Sept. 18 of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, with just 40 days to go until the Nov. 3 election.

“It would save the country a lot of agony and help lower the temperature over fights for the court that go to the fault lines of cultural issues and is one of the primary things tearing at our social fabric,” said California U.S. Representative Ro Khanna, who plans to introduce the legislation on Tuesday, along with Representatives Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts and Don Beyer of Virginia.

Partly due to rising life expectancies, justices serve increasingly long tenures, on average now more than 25 years.

Term limits for high court justices have for years had support from a number of legal scholars on both the right and the left. Several polls in recent years have also shown large majorities of the American public support term limits.

The bill – the Supreme Court Term Limits and Regular Appointments Act – is the first to try to set Supreme Court term limits by statute, according to Gabe Roth, the executive director of Fix the Court, a judicial transparency group whose campaign for high court term limits has been gaining attention.

Some legal observers, including those who favor term limits, say they must be accomplished through an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which has been interpreted as requiring life tenure for federal judges and justices.

The bill seeks to avoid constitutional concerns by exempting current justices from the 18-year rule. Those appointed under term limits would become “senior” upon retirement and rotate to lower courts.

“That’s perfectly consistent with their judicial independence and having a lifetime salary and a lifetime appointment,” Khanna said.