Reading the first Gorsuch dissent got me like https://t.co/mf7fMdpbd3
— Doc Hamilton (@SupplySideLibrl) June 23, 2017
Liberals were unhappy with Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, and now they might be even more triggered by what Gorsuch considers a feature instead of a bug in regards to the Constitution:
Gorsuch’s 1st dissent:
“the difficulty of making new laws isn’t some bug … it’s the point of the design, the better to preserve liberty” pic.twitter.com/mZu5gRwsWO
— Justice Don Willett (@JusticeWillett) June 23, 2017
Something the repulsive left fails to grasp
They literally do think it’s a flaw that needs fixing
— JimmyMatho (@JimmyMatho) June 23, 2017
Liberals expressing disagreement need only be reminded of former President Obama’s “elections have consequences” quote.
My man-crush on Justice Gorsuch only grows.
— the36review (@the36review) June 23, 2017
Huh. How did we get a SupCo Justice whose writing is so easy to understand? https://t.co/cQcix3q8Oo
— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) June 23, 2017
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) June 23, 2017
I haven’t read the dissent to see how he applied this idea, but I like the quote here. https://t.co/t5fDDht0UE
— Jason Coyle (@JaesCoyle) June 23, 2017
It’s beautiful. Truly mean that. I’m thankful we found another that could write this way about the simplicity & beauty of the process.
— RolloTomasi (@mikepage7176) June 23, 2017
…excellent! …no legislating from the bench…
— DB Cozart (@dbcpac) June 23, 2017
Our 1st favorite justice tweeting about our 2nd favorite. Is that like some kind of wall break? https://t.co/uNXzmZdWwJ
— GunRightsAcrossUSA (@GRAAmerica) June 23, 2017
Would’ve been better in a majority opinion ☹️ https://t.co/sfwGqQocJL
— Michael Watson (@MichaelWatsonDC) June 23, 2017
— PhillyFanForum (@PhillyFanForum) June 23, 2017
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