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"Unconstitutional law now appears to be common-place in the Republic of Ireland, thanks largely to the way senior members of the legal profession are helping to create it, and then backing it to the hilt in the courts of law as and when the need arises."  
"Whatever you're having yourself"  (I'll have the same)
by W. Finnerty.  Sun Jul 22, 2007 11:50
And, like a bad driver who thoughtlessly does whatever the driver of the car in front is doing, the Republic of Ireland follows dangerously close behind the United States of America, in addition to supporting it in every way it can - led on of course by our own little clique of "Neoconservative Nazis".
Unconstitutional law now appears to be common-place in the Republic of Ireland, thanks largely to the way senior members of the legal profession are helping to create it, and then backing it to the hilt in the courts of law as and when the need arises.
When anybody tries to challenge unconstitutional law (through the courts), the legal profession then make sure all who attempt to do so are blocked at every point. 
Members of the legal profession in the Republic of Ireland apparently believe (or pretend to believe at least) that it is ENTIRELY okay for them to obstruct and pervert the course of justice, as and when they please, and with impunity.
How long our legal profession can sustain this outrageously unlawful stance remains to be seen?
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The above text has been copied from the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
The original "Impeach Now Or Face the End of Constitutional Democracy" article (dated July 17th 2007) by Paul Craig Roberts, who was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan administration, can be viewed at: 
Opening sentence of Mr Robert's article:
"Unless Congress immediately impeaches Bush and Cheney, a year from now the US could be a dictatorial police state at war with Iran." 

Closing sentence:
"The American constitutional system is near to being overthrown. Are coming "terrorist" events of which Chertoff warns and Santorum promises the means for overthrowing our constitutional democracy?"
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