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Isn’t Justice Supposed To Be Blind? May 26, 2009

Posted by Cathy in Crime, Law, News, Terrorist Hemorrhoids, Women Ranting.
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blind justiceYep. That is a blindfold she’s wearing.  Keeping those scales of justice balanced, and fighting off any opposition with a sword, if she must.  This spunky gal means business. AND she was baring her arms long before our current First Lady.

I’m no lawyer, but this is what I remember from a theology class on Ethics.

  • Good judgment is a personal quality. (Some people develop better judgment than others.)
  • Judgment requires an understanding of laws, rubrics, or standards of behavior that are expected.
  • Judgment is the act of comparing personal actions or events in light of  laws, rubrics or standards and determining whether compliance occurred.
  • The quality of  judgment requires non-relevant personal issues remain that way…non-relevant.

Comments»

1. skinbad - May 27, 2009

You mean the inherent virtue of old, wise Latinas didn’t come up in your class? You were cheated.

2. Edward Von Bear - May 27, 2009

And the only thing that separates her from SCOTUS is Lindsey Graham.

Enjoy

3. Mrs. Peel - May 27, 2009

Yeah, I’m plotting a post on judges’ alignment. Liberals don’t understand that judges have to be lawful neutral.

4. nicedeb - May 27, 2009

Cathy, I used the statue of lady justice in front of the Supreme Court for my post…thinking along the same lines as you.

5. Cathy - May 27, 2009

Yea, NiceDeb. Good write up.

It’s incredibly bothersome to witness the arrogance and ignorance of the general way of thinking that has brought us to a point where the complete antithesis of judgment is exactly what will probably get this woman confirmed as a justice in the U.S. Supreme Court.

We live in dangerous times.


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