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Frank McEnulty on Government Reform

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No activist judges

I firmly believe in a serious separation between the three branches of government and do not like activist judges that use try to use their position on the bench to set new laws and establish new policies. The judges I appoint will be moderates who do not have a tendency towards political activism and who also believe in a strong separation between the different branches of the Federal Government, but also in a separation between the Federal and state governments.
Source: Campaign website, www.frankforpresident.org, "Issues" Jul 11, 2008

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