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I find it rather funny that you make - that statement.

Posted: Jul 10th, 2018 - 5:42 am In Reply to: Anyone who believes in the Constitution is called a - "radical" now. Anyone who Trump

As far as the Constitution, it was written a very long time ago. We have always had disputes on the interpretation of certain things in the Constitution, thus the reason why people talk about left or right leaning Justices.

Is this one of those I'm right and your wrong kind of statements you are making? Haven't all the press been reporting on one side wanting certain Justices because one side leans one way or the other? It seems "rightists" want certain ones because they interpret the Constitution the way they want it interpreted also.

It's not a matter of thinking the purpose of the court is to write law, it is a fact that both sides want the Constitution interpreted the way that suits their beliefs. Though the Constitution written by our forefathers is the rule of the land, the interpretation of the Constitution is viewed differently by each side.

What would have been perfect would have been for the writers of the Constitution to have had a time machine to jump into the future to see the difference in times and addressed the issues we face in modern times so they could have made the Constitution more understandable on issues of today so there would be no disagreements on interpreting it different ways.

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