Monday, February 27, 2012

Stuff My Brain Says #32

I love the argument of whether the Constitution is a living document or not. It's actually rather simple: if it was meant to be a living document they would NEVER have written it down and kept it oral. Once it was written it was set. But don't worry, they DID give a way to amend the document - it's just designed to not be very easy to do. If it was supposed to be a living document, besides leaving it oral, they would have made it VERY EASY to amend it.

So, if you are a judge and make your rulings based on the Constitution being a living document, you need to step down. You are UNFIT to be a judge, since you do not have a basis, or a standard, from which to make those rulings.

Simple. Argument over.

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