Libertarians who are against the Texas SCOTUS case – why?
I don’t like Donnie as much as the next guy, but I do love the constitution.
What’s wrong with Texas filing suit asking the court to address unanswered constitutional questions?
Do you guys actually think Texas has no right to put these questions before the court or you’re just upset because of what the outcome could lead to?
To me, I REALLY don’t want the outcome of the election to change for myriad of reasons, but I don’t see why that means the state of Texas can’t ask the court to answer constitutional questions.
Don’t you guys want more clear rulings on original jurisdiction, the electors clause, etc?
Could results of the case anger me as a libertarian? Sure, I could see that, but being triggered a state brought a case before the court?
Please enlighten me if I’m willfully misinformed or something but I don’t see how it’s a libertarian position to get angry at a state asking the Supreme Court to address constitutional questions it has.
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