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To: morphing libertarian

“There should be a mechanism where the state could question how the vote took place.”

I think every case that has been “decided” while RBG has been at home “recovering” should be challenged unless she is able to provide the Plaintiffs with proof that she was alive and of sound mind when her vote was supposedly cast!

I understand the Separation of Powers issue but do either of the other two branches of government have the ability to question the Supreme Court? And if so, by what mechanism?


54 posted on 02/07/2019 8:24:07 PM PST by VikingMom (I may not know what the future holds but I know Who holds the future!)
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To: VikingMom

Congress can impeach. That’s about it.

Chief Justice Rehnquist missed 44 oral arguments in 2004/5, and worked and voted from home. No one has the ability to challenge things like that.


68 posted on 02/07/2019 8:31:31 PM PST by jjotto (Next week, BOOM!, for sure!)
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To: VikingMom

The power of men in black is absolute apparently.Nobody is allowed to question the ussc.Nobody.


121 posted on 02/07/2019 9:43:34 PM PST by HANG THE EXPENSE (Life's tough.It's tougher when you're stupid.)
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