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Dan Harmon says
I'd like to add, there are too many micro-analyzing attorneys and only 1 court of 9 justices that are supposed to comprehend a constitution the size of a library.
Eric Dierker says
So, state governments are putting things on ballots, incurring huge expense, dragging out millions of voters, then taking the result and tossing it to Washington to see what happens? Sounds pretty shoddy to me.
But you see it has to be that way or we lose our separation of powers. Remember it is the people who can amend the constitution. And it is the executive that has to enforce. It is not perfect but there is no better system.
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Old Empresario says
drifting?or drowning? N.D. just past a blanket law banning all abortions & contraception use. The federal law (roe vs wade) insures the woman a right of choice? states overriding federal laws?
Larry Wall says
U R assuming that the supreme court is always right. they certainly were not in deciding corporations have the same rights as individuals, (except when it comes to paying taxes).