It doesn't matter what SCOTUS "says is the Law of the Land". What matters is what does the Constitution of the United States actually say? It doesn't matter at all what an "interpretation" of the United States Constitution means when that "interpretation" is the exact opposite of what the USC actually says. What matters to each and every one of us is what does the USC actually say?
When SCOTUS determines that a federal law becomes the Law of the Land, where are the Constitutional Amendments which reflect that which SCOTUS says? SCOTUS, by the USC, cannot dictate Law. They merely reflect what Congress needs to do and when SCOTUS "determines Law" strictly against what the USC says a SCOTUS can do, it is up to Congress to disregard a SCOTUS "interpretation". This isn't hard to do when the mutants in DC actually know what the USC means because the document needs no "interpretation".
When one needs to have the USC "interpreted" because of one's stupidity, Madison's Notes on the USC is the place to go. Really. Try it. I have a copy of Madison's Notes and you can too. What the USC meant "back then" is exactly what the USC says and means "today"...it hasn't changed no matter which "liberal" has a specific agenda to fulfill as a SCOTUS. SCOTUS can be impeached for "interpretations" which are strictly forbidden in the USC. Get over it.
After leading the nation last year in passing a law to sue the federal government over the health care overhaul, Idaho's Republican-dominated Legislature now plans to use an obscure 18th century doctrine to declare President Barack Obama's signature bill null and void.
Lawmakers in six other states -- Maine, Montana, Oregon, Nebraska, Texas and Wyoming -- are also mulling "nullification" bills, which contend states, not the U.S. Supreme Court, are the ultimate arbiter of when Congress and the president run amok.
It's a concept that's won favor among many tea party adherents who believe Washington, D.C., is out of control.
Though a 1958 U.S. Supreme Court decision reaffirmed that federal laws "shall be the supreme law of the land," Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter is promoting the idea, too. In his January 10 State of the State speech, he told Idaho residents "we are actively exploring all our options -- including nullification."
This 1958 SCOTUS "OPINION", not a decision as per legislation, flies in its content of the USC.
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