Apparently to the folks in the NDP, the Liberal Party and much of the media, you can criticize anything but a Supreme Court judge.
Not in my world.
I'm a regular critic of the court and view McLachlin and her fellow would-be gods as a load of useless gits. Some consider my comments to be contempt of court. Well, I do hold the judges in contempt and I do so because of their rotten track record of trampling basic rights and freedoms.
Last year in the Whatcott decision the court said truth is no defence.
"I do not think it is inconsistent with these views to find that not all truthful statements must be free from restriction," the decision said.
"Truthful statements can be interlaced with harmful ones or otherwise presented in a manner that would meet the definition of hate speech."
It's unreal that in Canada saying something that is true can see you charged. So much for freedom of speech.
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