It is not the responsibility of the judiciary to amend poor legislative drafting, even if judges would personally prefer a different outcome than what is required by a statute's text.
You can't put a price on being proud of what you do.
The average juror is not Mr. Spock. If he were, then a trial-court judge's job would be much easier. He could instruct the jury in broad strokes - instructing only as to the bare elements of the crime, perhaps - and be confident that the jury would deduce all of the finer-grained implications that must logically follow.
A defendant can use discovery to run out the clock on the plaintiff and to make the plaintiff run out of money.
The solution to voters potentially being misled by a judicial candidate's political speech is more speech - not government censorship.
I don't have the wherewithal to judge God's will. I don't have the wherewithal to determine whether your viewpoints are right or wrong.