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[–] lissencarak 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

that states need to be kept in line and cannot be trusted to create just laws.

No. I rather have more freedom to choose more politically diverse places with what you would consider "injust" laws. And isn't diversity important for lefties?

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[–] p0ssum 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I think the constitution is better situated to hand "unjust" laws and that's EXACTLY whats happening here in NC. Check this comment where I break it down.

But you, like the person I responded to in that comment, don't really want what the constitution says, you want what YOU BELIEVE the constitution says, and that's a problem.

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[–] lissencarak 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Which constitution? The one where 9 "smart" people can't agree on what it says? That one? The one that is used as an excuse for the Wise Jedi Council to pass laws? Lefties are quick to hide behind it for the issues they want and quick to discard it for the issues they don't want. It's too late now. Once you have anarcho-tyranny, it's too late for phoney-baloney constitutional excuses.

You should have WANTED the states to keep the power to escape the reach of the Leviathan on the Potomac. But you were too short-sighted to do so, and you and those like you fed the monster to its current proportions. Such greed might not be well exploited by the pathetic milquetoast GOP, but there are other forces on the right that would enjoy playing with that power. As a quick example, the Federal Government's new power to force local governments to recognize faggot "marriages" today can be used to jail them or destroy them tomorrow. Even the Civil War should have be avoided for that reason alone. But... no... people are always too greedy for power.