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Old July 4th, 2017, 06:52 AM   #71
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That would be article three.
I know you don't understand it, but apparently, the justices of the supreme court think they know better than you, deal with it.
Show me where in Article III the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over a state's law or constitution.
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Old July 4th, 2017, 06:57 AM   #72
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Show me where in Article III the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over a state's law or constitution.
The Supreme Court found it.

Which particular case do you think went over the line?
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The Supreme Court found it.

Which particular case do you think went over the line?
Show me where in Article III the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over a state's law or constitution.
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Old July 4th, 2017, 07:06 AM   #74
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That would be article three.
I know you don't understand it, but apparently, the justices of the supreme court think they know better than you, deal with it.
Quote the words from Article III under which the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over a state's law or its constitution.


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Well now we have two parrot trolls.
Which case are you referring to? Either of you?
Or didn't it say in the blog ?
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Well now we have two parrot trolls.
Which case are you referring to? Either of you?
Or didn't it say in the blog ?
No case is relevent or part of the equation. That is why you are an illiterate, statist sheep: a case to determine the Supreme Court's subject matter jurisdiction is one of the most ignorant and illiterate statements that could be made.

The funny thing is that this is the Fourth of July and your ilk is who we fought.

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Bullcrapsky! You attacked me instead of addressing what I wrote concerning federal funding of the arts and its attack on the protection guaranteed by the First Amendment.


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American citizens are sick and tired of being made into tax-slaves to finance a maternity ward for the poverty stricken populations of other countries who invade Americaís borders to give birth.

As you pointed out, the Supreme Court said the NEA was fine under the constitution. The court ignored all the points you bring up, (gosh, I wonder why?), and let the NEA go on.

So you claim the NEA is unconstitutional, that would be a question for the courts, and the Supreme Court said the NEA is fine.

You can restate your case over and over again, that doesn't change the decision,what it tells me is that your argument is flawed, because I don't think that you know more about the constitution than the Supreme Court does, and even if you did, it wouldn't matter, because you aren't on the court.
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No case is relevent or part of the equation. That is why you are an illiterate, statist sheep: a case to determine the Supreme Court's subject matter jurisdiction is one of the most ignorant and illiterate statements that could be made.

The funny thing is that this is the Fourth of July and your ilk is who we fought.
Oh, I believe you battle against reality every day.
And you always lose.
Because reality is awesome.
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Oh, I believe you battle against reality every day.
And you always lose.
Because reality is awesome.
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.

The funny thing is that this is the Fourth of July and your ilk is who we fought.
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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.

The funny thing is that this is the Fourth of July and your ilk is who we fought.
Oh-Oh, Jimmy's Internet Tourettes has kicked in.....
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