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sakabatou Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-23-11 07:43 PM
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3. Yup
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  -GOP candidates would cut federal judges power alp227  Oct-23-11 07:23 PM   #0 
  - So much for 'upholding the Constitution'  Cirque du So-What   Oct-23-11 07:26 PM   #1 
  - The Constitution says that Congress can limit the SCOTUS's power.  Vincardog   Oct-23-11 09:44 PM   #11 
  - Cite that section please  MFrohike   Oct-24-11 03:18 AM   #13 
  - Article III section 2 "In all the other Cases before mentioned, the supreme Court shall have  Vincardog   Oct-24-11 01:20 PM   #19 
     - Yep, appellate jurisdiction  MFrohike   Oct-24-11 07:26 PM   #20 
     - That doesn't mean that Congress can tell the SCOTUS which way to hold in a case or a  No Elephants   Oct-25-11 06:46 AM   #22 
  - Congress can limit the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, but  No Elephants   Oct-25-11 06:43 AM   #21 
  - Looks like they want a civil war. I guess they will get one.  cppuddy   Oct-24-11 04:26 AM   #15 
  - Laying groundwork for a Dictatorship?????  OHdem10   Oct-23-11 07:28 PM   #2 
  - Yup  sakabatou   Oct-23-11 07:43 PM   #3 
  - It's what the DLC seems to want to. Guess it's easiest to control one person  No Elephants   Oct-25-11 06:47 AM   #23 
  - would not mind if they start with Scalia and SCOTUS :)  wordpix   Oct-23-11 07:47 PM   #4 
  - GOP candidates would outsource our courts to Haliburton if they could. n/t  Scuba   Oct-23-11 07:49 PM   #5 
  - wellthe 3 branches are supposed to be equal but  leftyohiolib   Oct-23-11 08:23 PM   #6 
  - Not really. The Constitution is what "tops" the other two.  No Elephants   Oct-25-11 06:56 AM   #24 
  - Why would the GOP want to destroy their strongest ally?  judgegblue   Oct-23-11 08:30 PM   #7 
  - If that happens we will spend most of our time fighting a battle for  jwirr   Oct-23-11 08:44 PM   #8 
  - Please notice that Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman have not attacked federal judges in their campaigns  Little Tich   Oct-23-11 09:01 PM   #9 
  - Brilliant, proposing doing something a President has no ability to  mulsh   Oct-23-11 09:19 PM   #10 
  - The Facisct GOPBagger State.  SoapBox   Oct-23-11 10:27 PM   #12 
  - Silly arguments  MFrohike   Oct-24-11 03:22 AM   #14 
  - "...allow Congress to override Supreme Court rulings on constitutional issues."  BumRushDaShow   Oct-24-11 04:41 AM   #16 
  - Republicans threw out the Constitution a long time ago..  AsahinaKimi   Oct-24-11 05:15 AM   #17 
  - Be careful what you wish for, repunks  meow2u3   Oct-24-11 09:33 AM   #18 
  - The RWers praise the constitution while they wipe their asses with it.  Odin2005   Oct-25-11 10:02 AM   #25 
  - GOP candidates would cut federal judges' power  Dover   Oct-26-11 08:11 AM   #26 
  - the only changes i would like to see are to make the supreme court have to follow  ejpoeta   Oct-26-11 08:11 AM   #27 
  - Presumably the Judges could do what they wanted  Turbineguy   Oct-26-11 08:11 AM   #28 
  - they have become so desperate even the unthinkable....  madrchsod   Oct-26-11 08:11 AM   #29 
  - cut the budgets of courts that displease them or allow Congress to override Supreme Court rulings...  AlbertCat   Oct-26-11 08:11 AM   #30 
  - The Shock Doctrine  Star   Oct-26-11 01:57 PM   #31 

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