Discussion in 'Judicial Interpretation' started by Dante, Dec 26, 2014.
I guess the question is....have you ?
You would not ask that question if you had.
Which is a load of crapp.
Marshall's winning views got us the Civil War.
Now we are quoting a case that was decided over 200 years post ratification.
What a freaking joke.
What's more funny is this whole manufactured argument of states ignoring Federal Laws.
The constitution assumes the federal government would stay in it's appointed sandbox.
Also consider that pre-17th amendment the states had a role in making national law and were in a position to guard their own interests.
are you saying the states have no say in the making of federal law?
Really? The constitution 'assumes?'
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