Originally Posted by alnorth
By definition, they don't.
The constitution says what the supreme court says it says, even though I may have had a different interpretation on some parts. (the right to privacy is where, exactly?)
Thats why presidential elections and senate confirmation hearings are so important, the power of the court is enormous.
Exactly. And political favors seem to be too often repaid by the courts.
"Finally, anyone who uses the terms, irregardless, a whole nother, or all of the sudden shall be sentenced to a work camp."