6 thoughts on “Unconstitutionally vague

  1. Simple reason: because politicians, in all three branches, don’t care about (or in many cases, actively despise) the Constitution.

    “There’s nothing in the constitution that says the Federal government has got anything to do with most of the stuff that we do.” — James Clyburn (D-SC)

    He’s just one example of many, notable mostly because he was caught on tape actually admitting it.

  2. “Nevermind, for now, the Second Amendment and other issues, Can someone explain how this can avoid being unconstitutionally vague?”

    How cute. You think we still have a Constitution that means anything.

    We abandoned any real attempt at abiding by a constitution many decades ago. Most politicians at least give some lip service to it, if for no other reasons to take an oath “preserve, protect, and defend” it. A few actually admit out loud that they ignore it, or at best see it as an obstacle to be overcome rather than a limitation on government authority.

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