The Only True Supreme Court

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    "It's no wonder to me that radical leftists are fine with this choice ..."

    Not so.

    Check out the angst from the Left.....

    9. "Brett Kavanaugh's nomination is a victory for 'originalists'
    Donald Trump’s court pick belongs to a group of conservative legal thinkers who believe in a strict, textual interpretation of the constitution.

    That’s troubling."

    Brett Kavanaugh's nomination is a victory for 'originalists' | Jill Abramson


    Get that?????

    "That's troubling!"




    I'm lovin' it!


    10. Originalists begin with the belief that ours should be a government of laws, and not one of men, or of judges, and this book addresses that question of judicial philosophy.
    1. “The originalism looks to the original public-meaning of the Constitution and its amendments at the time they were enacted. The meaning of the Constitution must remain the same, until it is properly changed. And it cannot be changed unilaterally by the courts, or even by courts acting in conjunction with other branches of government.” Professor Randy Barnett, in “Originalism,” p. 262.
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    All good people use good lines, and that one applies to you to the bone. And, yes, you might as well be a Stephen Miller or Cal Thomas, just can't tell the difference. I imagine the mentally affected don't like being reminded of their deficiencies. Well, that's tough. You can disagree with me all you want, which does not make you insane in itself, but the FACT is that you should have almost no hope for an overturn of same-sex marriage by SCOTUS because of Kavanaugh and Gorsuch.
     
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    All of them except for the one not saluting.
     
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    This post shows your short-sightedness. Trump has only been in office a year and a half. That means probably 6 and a half more years or 2 and a half at the least. How long do you think Ginsberg can hold out?
     
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    Cal Thomas.....:71:
     
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    He's right on.
     
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    However, the 14th amendment does state that the government, state included cannot treat some citizens differently under the law without compelling and legally proved reasons.
     
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    Okay, and which citizens is the 14th Amendment referring to?
     
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    Probably longer than Trump. Pence would appoint if he could such a justice as you want, but the Senate would try the line. They all want to be re-elected.
     
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    He is? So you agree with him on this?

     

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