Baghdad Bob Jonathan Witt, a low level propagandist, doesn't hesitate to use deceptive adjectives. At some point, the use of deceptive adjectives is called by Christians, "Bearing False Witness." I'm not sure Jonathan knows where that point is.
He characterized Judge Jones as a "low level" judge.
Well, you do have broad categories of state judges, all the way from part time justices of the peace to State Supreme Court Judges. There are several levels and categories of appeals in the state systems. Often these judges are elected, or appointed by some equally low level politician as part of the spoils system. Quality varies widely. It could be fair to characterize them as "low level."
On the other hand, Judge Jones is a federal judge. He must be nominated by the President of the United States, and confirmed by the Senate. He is appointed for life. Appeals from his decisions can be taken to the next level--the courts of appeal, and following that, to the U.S. Supreme Court. In some instances his decision can be appealed directly to the supreme Court. He has the power to hold Federal and state statutes unconstitutional. He can deputize the military to enforce his orders and holds a posiotn coveted by lawyers throughout the United States. It is considered to be the epitome of a laweyr's career to be appointed to the federal bench. THe biographies of all Federal judges since the inception of the Constitution can be found here.
He may be many things, but low level" he is not. With this micharacterization,Witt joins the ranks of other famous propagandists, Goebbels and Baghdad Bob. War is Peace. Smoking makes you sexy. It's not 1984, Jonathan. Words convey truth--or they don't. You have chosen deception. Next stop--tobacco companies?