Would you want a panel of five judges deciding what is a proper diet, car, or military weapon for our nation? To echo what the lawyer in the White House once said about himself when responding to an abortion question, such things are above lawyers’ pay grade. Yet with the Supreme Court considering the issue of faux marriage, we face a similar prospect:
Five lawyers in black robes may — extra-constitutionally — decide what marriage is for 317 million people.
Some have pointed out that the courts should never have taken faux marriage cases in the first place.
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