Finally, the Fourteenth Amendment just as much a part of the Constitution as the Second Amendment was added to clarify the relationship between federal law and state law. Known as the Supremacy Clause, it says the "Constitution, and the Laws of the United States shall be the supreme Law of the Land."
The Supremacy Clause is in Article VI, not the 14th amendment!
They must have the 14th on the brain, because that's what they're trying to use to let Obama override Congress on the debt limit.
The 14th, by the way, does have the privileges and immunities clause, which clears up any confusion as to whether restrictions in the Bill of Rights apply to the states. Some say the due process clause does the same, but it doesn’t. At least not in the way they think, though judicial review may be part of the “process.”