Judicial appointments.In response to the October 1 News article headlined "Bush Seeks Judges with 'Integrity,'" I found our governor's comments once again quite alarming.
Jeb Bush John Ellis "Jeb" Bush (born February 11, 1953) is an American politician, and was the 43rd Governor of Florida as well as the first Republican to be re-elected to that office. He is a prominent member of the Bush family: the younger brother of current President George W. indicates that he is looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. someone who shares his "judicial philosophy." Jeb Bush then states his judicial philosophy and that he would appoint someone with a like view, a respect for the separation of powers separation of powers: see Constitution of the United States.
separation of powers
Division of the legislative, executive, and judicial functions of government among separate and independent bodies. , and recognize the judiciary has an important role. He then further explains that "they don't need to be legislating leg·is·late
v. leg·is·lat·ed, leg·is·lat·ing, leg·is·lates
To create or pass laws.
To create or bring about by or as if by legislation. , even if our legislature is imperfect imperfect: see tense. , even if the governor is a crazy son of a gun. The judiciary role is not to clean up after my frailties or the weakness of the legislature."
Obviously, Mr. Bush has never been taught the concept of separation of powers in our form of government. That is exactly what the judiciary's role is, to clean up after constitutionally imperfect legislation, or as he states, a "crazy" executive branch. It is, to be quite honest, very scary and depressing to know that a man with no concept of our form of government is the head of our state.
Marc A. Falco