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View Diary: Constitutional Accountability Center - The Constitution at a Crossroads (14 comments)

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  •  Not a crossroads, already over the cliff. The (3+ / 0-)

    elected branches can do plenty. Congress has the exceptions clause to evict the Court from trespassing on elections issues textually committed to Congress at Art 1, a paradigmatic political question. The electorate can take matters in its own hands by demanding that Congress fight back, stop the Court's legalization of corruption. Similarly demand restoration of VRA, etc. The Court is only Art. 3, there are matters outside Court jurisdiction and bad decisions can be overturned by legislative abrogation.

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