Timely3 Wrote:
Jun 25, 2012 11:02 AM
The real issue is whether the Supreme Court should even be making these determinations. The Framers' provision for making major constitutional decisions about the allocation of powers was the democratic process of amendment, not the fiat of five unelected and unaccountable judges. Of course, the amendment process is now moribund. We need to reform it so that these decisions can be made by We, the People, not We, the Judges. (Also, my prediction is the scenario no one seems to consider -- the Supreme Court will punt by putting off a decision until next year by asking for more briefs on severability.) See http:///www.timelyrenewed.com