The Supreme Court Is Not The Final Say On The Constitution


#22

Not in my lifetime.


#23

LOL, I love this!

But! But! Bu!

You know he’s right.


#24

You read it?


#25

You’re not smarter than he is.


#27

you’re definitely dumber


#28

A very highly educated man. Intelligent.


#29

Absolutely. Strange how he and I agree though, isn’t it?


#31

Do you know what an oligarchy is?


#32

Is that all he is? Are you one of them?


#34

He’s a child. And a precocious one at that.


#35

Do you know what appeal to authority is?


#36

The Virginia General Assembly.


#37

:joy::joy::joy:


#38

There wasn’t a question mark, but I’ll take a chance.

No. Yet we agree. Imagine that.


#39

Absolutely. Argumentum ad verecundiam. What makes it a fallacy?


#40

George Mason is a state school.


#41

Is this coming as a shock to you Living Constitutionalists?


#42

Oh I know.

What I specifically asked was about the colleges of Economics and Law.


#43

Why should your argument have any more credibility because it came from Thomas Jefferson?

Jefferson was wrong…and I provided a possible motivation for him coming to an erroneous conclusion.


#44

And I answered correctly. Do you know who George Mason was?