From Joseph J. Morris
To the Editor,
Just a little food for thought.
Is there something wrong with this buffet?
As you may have read, the Supreme Court of WV disqualified Don Blankenship from running for the US Senate against Manchin and Morrisey as a Constitution candidate. But he could have run as a candidate on the Libertarian or the Mountain Party, or he could have run as a write-in candidate, but if he ran as a Constitution Party candidate, he couldn’t run.
Why do the Democrat and Republican parties fear the Constitution Party so much? Just because to be a Constitution Party candidate for public office, you must believe that the Constitution of the USA is the supreme law of the land, and the Democrats and Republicans don’t. Although they say they do. They use the term (when they wrote the Constitution they meant this or that). I am sure our founding fathers were smart enough to have put in the Constitution if they had meant this or that.
So once again the WV High Court, which is made up of Democrats and Republicans, discriminate against the Constitution Party of WV.
By looking up the word discriminate in Webster’s Dictionary and Black’s Law Dictionary, the word discrimination is basically the same, and it makes it plain that the Supreme Court of WV discriminated against Don Blankenship and the Constitution Party of WV in their verdict.
Ignore the Constitution and it will go away.
Joseph J. Morris
New Martinsville, W.Va.