Those who support and defend our constitutionally limited system only object to Supreme Court opinions when they are not in harmony with the text of our Constitution and its documented legislative intent, which gives context to its text.
Those who object to Supreme Court rulings because of their personal feelings and desires, and criticize specific judges and Justices based on these grounds [their personal feelings and desires], are the very type of people our Constitution was designed to protect us from. And that is why we must never forget what a judge and Justice’s fundamental job is, which is “. . . to be obedient to the text of our Constitution, and give effect to its documented legislative intent which gives context to its text.”
"The Constitution is the act of the people, speaking in their original character, and defining the permanent conditions of the social alliance; and there can be no doubt on the point with us, that every act of the legislative power contrary to the true intent and meaning of the Constitution, is absolutely null and void. ___ Chancellor James Kent, in his Commentaries on American Law (1858)