Friday, November 2, 2012

It Either Means What It Says, Or It Doesn't

Some people like to tell you Constitutions really don't mean what they say. They like to claim they are "living" types of documents where the words change meaning as time goes on.

The view of other people is that the idea represented by words don't change over time. The ideas are the same yesterday as they are today.

Then there are also other nuts that want to read one thing literally, when it suits them, and read something else liberally, when it suits them. They are inconsistent in how they read and you never know what type of funny stuff will come out of their mouth and what they will write.

1 comment:

  1. From what I heard today, our very own Municipal Judge says Constitutional rights are just political interpretations.