Our political differences as a nation are not defined by a simple Republican-Democrat binary choice. The real issue is whether the Constitution means what it says regardless what year it is, or whether is can be folded, spindled and mutilated by every generation’s interpretation of the day. It should not come down to the viewpoints of nine unelected people to determine how our future unfolds. But since that’s the reality of how our system now works, selecting the right people for that job is paramount:
If you think things are bad now, just wait a bit. It’s about to get worse, much worse.
A war is coming over the Constitution between those who would defend it and those who find it a nuisance. …
To Brett Kavanaugh’s foes, the Constitution stands in the way of grand designs they have for the federal government and your lives.
They want to control things in your lives — your healthcare, your lightbulbs, your land, your neighborhood, your dishwasher, your electric bill, your employer. That’s why a wartime coalition of Leftist interest groups have mobilized to battle over the future of the Constitution.
Kavanaugh’s foes want the Constitution to mean whatever suits their transformative agenda. Kavanaugh believes the Constitution means what it said when it was written. That it was written in 1787 doesn’t trouble him at all. …
The coming fight over Brett Kavanaugh will feature two sides with almost nothing left in common. Sure, we live in proximity to each other. But one side defends the Constitution and the other side will stop at nothing to replace it.
One side believes words have specific, objective meanings that transcend fads. They are consistent, predictable and stand the test of time. The other subverts words to suit their agenda and will even quibble over the definition of “is.” Who would you rather have governing you?