It is indeed very shameful for a country such as the United States, which pretends to be a democracy even though it clearly is a republic, to have a “supreme court” of only nine tyrannical judges.
When a society centralizes all powers of governance into the hands of very few people, it inescapably becomes a tyrannical society. Similarly, when decision making or the judiciary system is concentrated into the hands of very few people, it becomes a dictatorial court system.
And just how you don’t need an introduction to why tyranny in politics is evil, no one should have to explain why tyranny in the judiciary is repugnant either.
If we live in a democratic republic, which clearly we don’t in the United States, final decision-making on judiciary issues shouldn’t be left to a court of only nine judges. In a democratic society, final decisions should involve ALL judges in the country.
Would you prefer only nine judges to decide on your fate or would you leave it to a panel of thousands of judges where the final decision is based on the majority consensus?
Voting is a virtue of democracy. We achieved this beautiful hallmark in politics, but unfortunately, our judiciary system remains tyrannical where one or more king-like judges routinely decide on people’s fate.
THIS MUST CHANGE. We should finally introduce democracy to the American republic and its oppressive Supreme Court system.