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  •  Nope, its not going to happen in Congress (0+ / 0-)

    Until some independent group turns up a smoking gun no one in the leadership of the Senate is going to start an investigation of any Supreme Court justice. It would appear too political, and an attack on the independence of the SCOTUS. Any investigations will need to be done outside of government.

    "let's talk about that"

    by VClib on Thu Jan 06, 2011 at 03:57:49 PM PST

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    •  we need as many investigations as possible (0+ / 0-)

      ...from whereever...and we need to have some House Democrats who have a spine (if there are any) file a motion for impeachment.

      Of course...the best thing would be an independent investigation to determine if the blatant abuse of power by these corrupt injustices, who, in one of the most blatantly partisan decisions in American history, handed Republicans unlimited amounts of money from their corporate johns.

      Any thoughts about how we should begin such an investigation?

      The questions on my mind that need to be looked at:
      is there any conflict of interest by these injustices having given such massive influence to corporations? Do they have any financial interest in any corporations that stand to benefit from this? Is there any partisan connection, especially between Thomas, whose family was shamelessly and blatantly supporting Republican causes at the very time that he decided to give Republicans this financial bonanza? What about any of those other injustices...why did they join in the unprecedented step to choosing to declare something unconstitutional, even though that question was not even raised by the plaintiff in this case? Did these Supreme Court injustices overstep their bounds of authority?

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