Going to See My Aunt in Topeka

The Kakistocracy

Back in those days when America’s immigration policy was first being written by robed Polynesians, I remarked in these pages on the prospects of Trump taking the matter to the Supreme Court. I estimated those prospects as being very poor based on no laws, precedent, or legal doctrine whatsoever. Instead my forecast for this apolitical, strictly judicial review was premised solely on the number of the court’s semi-conservatives and semi-bolsheviks.

See, that’s the magic of jurisprudence. You get nine lawyers in a room, and whichever side has five predetermined votes is what the Constitution says. So if Hillary had won, the Constitution would mandate a Honduran in every home. But since Trump won, it just requires Sudanese goatherds to make up a story about their aunt in Topeka. This may leave you wondering what was the purpose in getting 128 million people in a room last November if it’s all…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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