Kyll-Why-T Wrote:
Jan 22, 2013 9:30 AM
Yeah, it's genius alright. It starts off with Levin ripping Marbury v. Madison because that was the decision that essentially gave the court it's power to declare laws unconstitutional and then goes on to bash the court for not declaring other laws unconstitutional (McCain Feingold for instance). In other words his opinion of the court has nothing to do with constitutionality or the framer's intent, but everything to do with whether or not they decide the way he thinks they should. Hypocrisy, selective memory, and having/eating cake anyone?