Are you really that "bullheaded"not to admit you're wrong in regards to the Constitution?
When I am wrong, I have no problem admitting it. When I am not wrong, no matter what childish insults you try to hurl at me, it will not entice me to state a lie.
Again a "copout" that you refuse to acknowledge your error.
Just because you can not admit the truth, does not mean I made any error, as I have not.
I cited those who donned the robes who each over as pan of 70 years alone, with different political philosophies and affiliations
still quoted the Constitution as it was originally intended.
Maybe in some instances
YOU are not happy,because it was not solidly along conservative/libertarian lines.
Are you really that clueless?
BTW The Constitution was an "innovative" idea.Which falls under the Liberal catagory
Yes, but it is an antonym to today's bastardized use of the word "liberal" in the US. The founding fathers were "liberal", but in no way shape or form would they resemble today's democrats...or republicans, for that matter.
As far as"agenda"goes..true the Justices and this particular Supreme Court have done what you accuse it of.
It did not just start a couple of years ago!
Meantime I strongly suggest you study the topic more deeply as oppose to basing it on your personal feelings like some talk show host would.
You really should spend some time actually reading the document instead of accepting whatever twisted interpretation fits your ideology. My statement have nothing to do with my feelings and everything to do with what is written on that parchment. You might want to get a clue before diving in to an discussion you clearly know nothing about.