Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Tyranny of the judiciary, part II

Tony Blankley, a former prosecutor, has a great new column at Townhall.com, where he says, "No, the court was not concerned with whether being assaulted in your home, wrapped in a towel, duct tape and electrical wire, and thrown off a bridge was cruel and unusual punishment. That's OK. The Court is only concerned with whether it was cruel and unusual to execute the strapping 17-year-old murderer who did it."

I couldn't agree more.

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