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Amendment – Supreme Court split decision review

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As John Roberts, Chief Judge just opined in his decent, the vote of 5 judges can currently overrule established law, and the will of 100’s of million citizens of the United States. To prevent a narrow decision of the Supreme Court of the United States from overturning established law, and the will of “We the People” let our constitution be amended as follows:

We the people expect that the application of law and the Constitution shall be clear, therefore to protect ourselves for decisions of the Courts that do not receive 2/3 of the votes of the Justices, resolve:

All decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States, or any Federal Court proposing nationwide application, for which the Supreme Court of the United States does not take up review, having failed to gain 2/3 of the votes of the Judges, shall be suspended and await immediate review by the US Senate.

The US Senate representing the interest of the Citizens and the States shall make the review of these decisions the first matter of business on the next day the Senate is in session following the decision. Without debate, the Senate shall take a roll call vote to either affirm the decision, or suspend the decision for further review by the Court. No decision of the Court with less than 2/3 of the votes of the Judges shall have any nationwide effect without the consent of a majority of the Senators voting to affirm the decision of the small majority of Judges.

Enactment Notes: After enactment, this measure shall immediately be in effect for all future decisions. The United States Senate may hold votes to affirm all small majority decisions made on or after July 1, 2015.




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July 2, 2015 at 8:22 am

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State succession round two

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Will these Supreme Court decisions lead to States voting to succeed to reclaim their States rights?

Will border issues drive Southern States to leave the US and stand on their own?

It would be odd if Abe held the union together, and Barack helped tear it apart.

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June 29, 2015 at 9:51 pm

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dishonest Barack vs. honest Abe

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If this quote of Obama is accurate honest Abe would cringe.

“It would simply be an acknowledgment that the cause for which they fought, the cause of slavery was wrong.”

“It would be one step in an honest accounting of American history.”

Honest Abe made it clear in his inaugural address it was not a struggle over slavery

Lincoln knew the fight was about taxes not slavery.

Abe made it about slavery to gain continued support from the Northern taxpayers who were tired of killing southerners over their complaints about taxes and tariff  designed to enrich the North that were hurting the South.


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June 28, 2015 at 10:44 pm

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Climate Change complete – SCOTUS overturns democracy

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Those who believe as I do that “Acts of God” still properly define extreme weather events, are concerned that the Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) has put the finishing touches on climate change.

We no longer live in a climate of democracy.  We now live under the dictates of whatever 5 lawyers agree to declare; citizens, States, and Congress be damned.

The United States of SCOTUS does not allow the citizens to decide democratically what freedoms the majority of citizens in each State, choose to surrender to the State, to gain increased security and freedom.

5/9th of SCOTUS make it clear they know better than Congress, or the States, or the citizens thereof.

5/9th of SCOTUS says abiding by democratically chosen laws, that are not to their liking, even if they are to the liking of the majority as expressed in democratic ballot voting, or the free religious beliefs of many within those majorities, may not stand. 5 votes of SCOTUS is all it takes to create new law, not subject to veto, or legislative adjustments, or true Constitutional review.   4 votes in SCOTUS write clear warnings of the lack of Constitutional basis for the acts of the 5, that will impact 100’s of Millions to their dislike.

5/9th of SCOTUS will not wait, but will find a way to trump the will of men, and even the will of God if needed.

5/9 of SCOTUS will challenge God to prove the Words in sacred texts are in fact promises of blessing or divine curses.

If Acts of God increase, score one for God, and against SCOTUS: not developing nations, or fossil fuels.

SCOTUS may not have completed the climate change, they may have more that 5 of them are willing to do to take away our ability to democratically choose what freedoms we will surrender to preserve, protect, defend and secure our remaining Freedoms, and increase our security.

Society ruled not by public votes, or the votes of our representatives, but by 5/9th of SCOTUS will never be secure.  They have granted a new freedom to some, but have raped the freedoms and security of many who now will be drawn into court to defend the conflict of religious freedom, and this new SCOTUS freedom, and may well suffer the impact of SCOTUS driven climate change.

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June 26, 2015 at 2:39 pm

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Truth or exaggerated hyperbole?

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I guess I should not plan to ever be elected, as I prefer Truth instead of over-the-top exaggerated hyperbole.

The Supreme Court issues a ruling this week, and when reading the reaction of the progressives you would think they approved ending all birth control, and allowing employers to prohibit employees from using their paycheck to buy things their employer does not buy for them.

WOW    that is so far off the mark it makes me embarrassed that their intellectual honesty is so low, that those who want to get elected, will say whatever will help them raise money to buy elections.

MOST of what I own, I used my paycheck to buy.

I am sure that is true for ALL of us, unless we are slaves.

VERY FEW of us have our off work activity limited by our employers.  Some entertainers do have performance contracts that include off field limitations, but most of us are not under performance contracts.

We all use our paychecks to buy things that our employer does not buy for us.  That is part of why we work.

We want the freedom, and means, to buy the things we want to buy.  The fact that my employer does not want to buy something for me, does not mean I can’t buy it myself.

The world did not end, the Supreme Court did not outlaw spending your money, it only agreed that a closely held family employer, who has strong moral beliefs, can not be force to buy something that is 100% against those beliefs. They offer birth control coverage that takes effect before the egg is fertilized, just not those methods that stop fertilized eggs from becoming babies that take their first breath.

The progressives, (and extremists on the Right for that matter), should get an intellectual honesty pills, and take them daily.


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July 5, 2014 at 8:20 pm

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Thanks for supporting democracy within the Democratic Party

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Once again Barbara is on her way to reelection.

To the 4,600+ who voted with me to have choice in the Democratic party, and at least two candidates, I thank you for your support.


Unless some other Democrat steps up in two years to fulfill the role of choice provider, I will be back to serve you again.


Your support to offset my cost is appreciated. Support gifts of no more than $100 may be sent to:

Justin Jelincic for Congress     PO Box 971   San Leandro   CA  94577







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June 5, 2014 at 9:38 pm

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Vote on Tuesday June 3, 2014

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Please vote for me in the primary on Tuesday.

Your Vote could be the ONE that leads to a Democrat vs Democrat general election.

Barbara will finish first on Tuesday.  If I come in second there will be a Democrat vs Democrat general election.

If not Barbara will be reelected as this district will only elect a Democrat.

I ask for your support and vote.

Thank you for considering me and helping create choice and citizen democracy.


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June 1, 2014 at 4:57 pm