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Old July 3rd, 2017, 11:40 AM   #41
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Where exactly is this in the Constitution?
You know where it is, you just tell yourself it's not there.
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Old July 3rd, 2017, 12:02 PM   #42
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You know where it is, you just tell yourself it's not there.
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Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.
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Old July 3rd, 2017, 12:19 PM   #43
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Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.
OK, that's how it works in the United States of America.
In a dispute in the US over what a law means or what the constitution means, the Supreme Court's opinion is what's used.
Read up on it, and get back to me...
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Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.
There is a reason it is called The SUPREME Court Of The United States and NOT The-Pretty-Damn_Important-Court.
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Old July 3rd, 2017, 01:22 PM   #45
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OK, that's how it works in the United States of America.
In a dispute in the US over what a law means or what the constitution means, the Supreme Court's opinion is what's used.
Read up on it, and get back to me...
Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.

Show me any history of the Supreme Court's opinion on what a state law means or a state constitution means other than in the twentieth century.
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Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.

Maybe you need to use crayons for that poster? He did ride the short bus.
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Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.

Show me any history of the Supreme Court's opinion on what a state law means or a state constitution means other than in the twentieth century.
Show me where it doesn't, give me the ruling that says what you fantasize it says.
You can't, and your silly time frame proves it.
This is the 21st century, saying "up until the 19th century this didn't happen" means the horse has been out of the barn for a hundred years, and no one spotted this until the Internet Fantasy Constitution Brigade got on the case.
Very impressive....
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Show me where it doesn't, give me the ruling that says what you fantasize it says.
You can't, and your silly time frame proves it.
This is the 21st century, saying "up until the 19th century this didn't happen" means the horse has been out of the barn for a hundred years, and no one spotted this until the Internet Fantasy Constitution Brigade got on the case.
Very impressive....
Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.

Show me any history of the Supreme Court's opinion on what a state law means or a state constitution means other than in the twentieth century.
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Well? Are either one of you going to show anything?
WTF is this, a game of show me yours and I'll show you mine?
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Show me where the Supreme Court has subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where just one Founder stated that the Supreme Court had subject matter jurisdiction over a state law or a state constitution or where any found era Supreme Court ruling acknowledged this concept.

There is a reason it is called The SUPREME Court Of The United States and NOT The-Pretty-Damn_Important-Court.

You didn't answer the question asked.


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