17 March, 2007

Serve at the pleasure of the President of the United States

This week we have once again, moral inequality. Even the term "fired" was heard. The eight U. S. Attorney's could have been relieved of their duties four to six years ago. When someone's contract is not renewed, that person is not fired. Their contract is not renewed. Teachers work on a yearly contract. In South Carolina, the first two years were probationary; then next three were provisional, and after that, some due process is necessary to not renew a contract.

The Moral inequality comes from at least one Attorney who apparently has refused to consider the death penalty for terrorists.
This has been passed by congress. Voted on.

A pharmacist was dismissed for not providing a death penalty drug to a woman in California. The child in her womb is innocent. A terrorist who is tried and convicted is guilty of killing innocent civilians. Where is the moral equivalency?


Blogger Catherine said...

Clients have the absolute right to have the attorney they think will best represent them, and that includes the POTUS. U.S. Attorneys are political appointees and serve at the pleasure of the President. If he isn't pleased, they are out. And it is perfectly legal. Just like when Janet Reno fired all of the U.S. Attorneys - for political reasons. If the libs want to have "moral equality" they are going to have to get some morals.

Blogger a.k.a. Blandly Urbane said...

Oh, Chief...please...the innocent "child" (that's fetus) doesn't have a say because it cannot speak, nor defend itself. Easy targets are the only ones we are interested in.

As to abortion in general? It is based upon viability. Ever met a newborn that could viably take care of itself?

Please don't forget that anything that Bush does is wrong.

Blogger Chief RZ said...

I believe that birth begins at conception as do many "original Americans". The unborn child is an example of the ultimate innocent who deserves protection from being killed.

It took a while to decipher one of your comments.
In the case of viability, some children who are one month old would not survive if adults did not feed and care for it. Same for some of our elderly citizens.

We are quickly approaching total immorality and depravity.

Blogger James said...

Commenting a bit late, but you are absolutely right.

We saw the same nonsense recently regarding my boss, General Pete Pace. One headline read he was "ousted." The truth is officers can only serve 6 years on the Joint Chiefs. Pace will have served his 6 this summer. An extension was considered but not pursued. That is hardly ousted.


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home