flexible and change with the cultural norms of the day my ass...I"m surprised Scalia hired him as a clerk.
For those who think the constitution shouldn't be changed: should we go back to appointing congressmen based on the old standard of one seat per every 33,000 people?
Part of the courts job is to interpret the constitution and with every new test-case falling into the gray areas of the law, judgments necessarily "change" the constitution (if you are willing to call that clarification changing it)
ah...No, it's called case law and why there are so many lawbooks and so much research needed because they go by precident. which is why it's a big deal when precident gets changed. like with the recent ruling on Campain Finance reform.
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