If you don’t like the cards you’re holding, just stack the deck

At least that’s what this editorial in the New York Times advocates.

The author thinks the Democrats should just add more justices to the Supreme Court to keep it packed with liberals and prevent the slightly ascendent conservative wing of the court from reigning in the left’s judicial overreaching of the last 40 years:

“If the current five-man majority persists in thumbing its nose at popular values, cialis canada order the election of a Democratic president and Congress could provide a corrective.”

My question is if values like unrestricted access to abortion is so “popular” than why is the author afraid of getting rid of Roe vs. Wade and putting the power to restrict or protect abortion back where it belongs…with the people?

(Inspired by a post at The Volokh Conspiracy.)

6 comments July 26th, 2007


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