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Paulus Textor Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 11:48 AM
I think the US Constitution was illegally enacted, at any rate (the convention's scope was to be limited only to proposing amendments to the original and far superior Articles of Confederation, not tossing out the whole thing and replacing it). Nonetheless, the Constitution would still be a good framework for government, if the federal government bothered to adhere to it. It doesn't. This is what happens when you give one party to a contract the power to interpret it (in this case, the Supreme Court). Having the Supreme Court--a branch of the federal government--"interpret" the Constitution is like having a contractual dispute with your business partner adjudicated in court, and finding out that the judge is your partner's brother.
Dan 292 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 12:13 PM
...Therein lies the problem of "Activist Jurists". And, that is why we, that is to say 'Conservatives,' insist on "Strict Constructionist" to be named to the SCOTUS.
Dennis1832 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 4:06 PM
Unfortunetly its a little late for that.

And now boys and girls, it's time for "Fun with Words!" Today's featured contestants are Vice President Joe Biden and a man whose television ratings are so bad it's a wonder he still has a job, Piers Morgan.

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