Tuesday, September 28, 2010

The Death of American Justice?

Obama's Department of Justice Ditches Patriotic Red White and Blue For Black Background and Check Out The Quote! Department of Justice ditches red, white and blue stars and stripesBruce Cunningham
American Thinker
Well, how interesting! It seems the U.S. Department of Justice has changed its website. Gone are the colorful red, white and blue U.S. flag decorations on the page, replaced by stark black and white. And at the top of the page, is a rather interesting quote: 
"The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people." 

Catchy, huh? Just one tiny little (too small to be relevant obviously) point -- the quote is from C. Wilfred Jenks, who in the 1930's was a leading proponent of the "international law" movement, which had as its goal to impose a global common law and which backed ‘global workers' rights.' 

Call it Marxism, call it Progressivism, call it Socialism -- under any of those names it definitely makes the DOJ look corrupt in their sleek, new black website with Marxist accessories to match. 
See for yourself:http://www.justice.gov/

How very interesting that 'they' couldn't find a nice quote from one of our Founders. People, we have lost our Republic. We need to get it back ASAP.
 Justice Loses Its Stars and StripesAmerican SpectatorWhat's black and white and "red" all over? The Department of Justice's newly designed website. Gone are the standard red, white, and blue motifs, replaced by an all-black backdrop. And prominently placed on virtually every page of the site is a quote credited to a man who facilitated a greater role for socialists and communists at the U.N., and the global "workers rights movement." The redesigned website was launched without fanfare, but was noticed internally by several career lawyers, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of political reprisals. 
Quoted from a Blog on the Great Falls Tribune.

Email the Department of Justice and Demand they remove the Marxist quote and use one from our Founding Fathers.


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