Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The left's ignorant (intentionally?) take on Newt and the Supreme Court

"Newt doesn't think there the Supreme Court is in the Constitution," the far left is saying.

What Newt said is that while there is a "court which is the Supreme of the judicial branch," "it’s not supreme over the legislative and executive branch. We now have this entire national elite that wants us to believe that any five lawyers are a Constitutional convention."

So when Newt said there is no "Supreme Court," it was his way of saying the Supreme Court is not intended to be more powerful than the President or Congress. (In fact, of all the branches, the judicial was meant to be the weakest.)

The only question that remains is this: are the liberals saying this simply ignorant of the facts or are they intentionally misleading -- ahem, lying -- about it?

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