Here we go again. Is the Constitution merely a guideline to be consulted by those it purports to regulate, or is it really the supreme law of the land? If it is just a guideline, then it is meaningless, as it only will be followed by those in government when it is not an obstacle to their purposes. If it is the supreme law of the land, what do we do when one branch of government seizes power from another and the branch that had its power stolen does nothing about it?
I believe the Constitution is the supreme law of the land. Otherwise we are not a nation of laws at all. But what DO we do about? - http://6f49af44.tinylinks.co