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Old July 27th, 2017, 12:13 PM   #61
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Start with, Where has the SC legislated.
Where did the "incorporation doctrine" come from? Wasn't it the Court who pulled that little phrase out of their butts to get around the Bill of Rights? Isn't that legislating? I can't seem to find that phrase anywhere in Congressional legislation until the Court imposed it.
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Old July 27th, 2017, 12:47 PM   #62
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Then logically, explain where the power to legislate has been bestowed on the SC.
That request is meaningless since it is based on an incorrect premise.

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That request is meaningless since it is based on an incorrect premise.

Try again.
What is legislating from the bench?
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Old July 27th, 2017, 01:13 PM   #64
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Over and over again we have this argument and not once has the Progressives delivered a coherent argument. In their opinion, if the Court says so, it's so. Just how inanely stupid is that?! Yet, let one SC decision go against them, and we're hearing a different story.
Meanwhile all we get are conservatives crying about judicial activism without once hearing a cohesive argument. The cry about activist judges, yet let one case go how they want and all of sudden the court is the font of all wisdom.
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What is legislating from the bench?
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck is a woodchuck could chuck wood?
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Fantastic. Now provide the constitutional basis for one of your favorite liberal activist Supreme Court rulings.
Read the ruling yourself. The posters here are not all your personal research assistants.
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Meanwhile all we get are conservatives crying about judicial activism without once hearing a cohesive argument. The cry about activist judges, yet let one case go how they want and all of sudden the court is the font of all wisdom.
Which case?
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Old July 27th, 2017, 01:50 PM   #68
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Another excellent article about the direction Trump is taking our nation. As always, I don't expect it to make a blip on the brain cells of the Trump adoring worshipers. But, for the rest of us - the ones who haven't yet been hypnotized by the New Speak of the 21st century - it's quite articulate and well thought out.
Donald Trump ran as and was elected to be the anti-establishment candidate.

The US electorate wanted someone to shatter the norms, and they are certainly getting their money's worth with Trump.
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Old July 27th, 2017, 02:39 PM   #69
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Meanwhile all we get are conservatives crying about judicial activism without once hearing a cohesive argument. The cry about activist judges, yet let one case go how they want and all of sudden the court is the font of all wisdom.
Judicial activism is wrong no matter the issue. The SC's only function is interpretation. Anything beyond that is Judicial activism. Supporting a SC decision for or against your views is not the issue. The issue is the SC interfering with Constitutional separation of power.
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Old July 27th, 2017, 02:50 PM   #70
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It is as shown by the rulings of the SC, the real experts on constitutional matters. They got the stroke, you got the smoke. Or dirty air.
Again, in your opinion, the Court is right, even if they're wrong? The question is simple, show us where and what, in the Constitution the Court based their decision on. I'll save you time. It can't be found! The only recourse the Court had was to make up a phrase, and then use that phrase to justify their decision.
But please, if you can find it, let us know.
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