Does anyone else think that the supreme court is most likely the real problem in this country? And, I mean the whole concept of it. I think we need local courts and judges. But, the supreme court is out of control. And, I just don't see any good coming from it.
It seems the only conservative way to neutralize it is to downsize the federal government, so that the supreme court has nothing to do, and cannot do damage. But, there is nothing wrong with big gov. per say. But, when big gov. takes on dogmatic characteristics via the supreme court, we are doomed. You know, the whole "the supreme court has ruled" way of thinking. I think the u.s. system of government is flawed for that reason. We can either have small gov. which will lead to practically no gov. in that sense. Or, we can have out of control gov. that leads to a revolution, and in turn no gov. Neither of those are good. And, I think it is because of the supreme court. It is like the constitution helps and hurts us. And, quite frankly, that's no good. Because, the liberals disregard the constitution anyways. But, if we try to disregard the constitution, we are hounded by them. It is an unfair playing field.
And, I hate having to encrypt our language politically for mental reservation just to get the right thing done legally.