Kenneth R. DeVoe
To the editor:
Early voting has already posed some problems. Freedom is at stake, especially concerning the choice between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
But another, of utmost importance, involves an obscure name on the Indiana ballot, and many of the early voters and indeed, all voters, probably have missed his ominous presence.
We Hoosiers have a rare opportunity to rid ourselves of an individual who represents a true threat to our right “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
Now, my 7-year-old great-grandaughter could both read and understand this portion of the Fourth Amendment, Bill of Rights.
One Indiana Supreme Court justice ruled freedom-loving Hoosiers do not have the right to resist unlawful entry by any policeman.
This opinion is confirmation of judicial tyranny, a fatal disease rampant in this state, and indeed, the entire U.S.
These oath-busting rascals usually hide behind their black skirts and are terrified to actually present their sorry selves to voters and voters’ wrath.
However, comes now one Justice Steven David, who wrote the majority Indiana Supreme Court decision which destroyed the Fourth Amendment, Bill of Rights, and, as a bonus, emasculated the Second Amendment, which gave Americans the tools of deadly force to combat unlawful/unconstitutional police actions.
This decision is an affront to the intelligence/freedom of all Hoosier Americans.
Voting against the likes of Steven David will be the last chance for us to, at least, give oath-busting lawyers pause to reflect on their political lives.
Unless we Hoosiers wish to live under KGB-, Gestapo-, North Korean-like “rules,” vote early and often to send Justice Steven David back to his well-deserved place: under a rock.