SCOTUS is our best hope

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    The Supreme Court declared FDR's NRA program unconstitutional in 1935 after a lawsuit from a small poultry business. Obambi's plan to socialize the US must be stopped,the Supreme Court is our best hope.

    American Thinker: Does the Supreme Court Still Sit?
     
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    oh man--now I'm REALLY depressed :(
     
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    It's all up to Sonia and her wise vagina. Let's pray she comes to the Constitutionally correct decision; if not, let's send her Vagisil.
     
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    True.

    But shortly afterwards scumbag extraordinaire FDR threatened to abolish SCOTUS. In order to avoid a Constitutional Crisis the Justices caved in.

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    Yeah, I'm sure that's exactly what happened.
     
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    Actually he threatened to pack the court by increasing the number of Justices to 15.
     
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    Fucking ignorant fool:


    The Judiciary Reorganization Bill of 1937, frequently called the court-packing plan,[1] was a legislative initiative to add more justices to the Supreme Court proposed by U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt shortly after his victory in the 1936 presidential election. Although the bill aimed generally to overhaul and modernize all of the federal court system, its most important provision would have granted the President power to appoint an additional Justice to the U.S. Supreme Court for every sitting member over the age of 70½, up to a maximum of six.
     
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    Perhaps our miscommunication lies in the meaning of the word abolish.
     
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    a·bol·ish (-blsh)
    tr.v. a·bol·ished, a·bol·ish·ing, a·bol·ish·es
    1. To do away with; annul.
    2. To destroy completely.
     
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    Oh btw: As an ignorant fool, I typically rely on the dictionary definition for words.

    Just so you know.
     

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