Some comments have that “Stopping Traffic” effect. Y0u know what I mean…that moment when you have to stop and think “They can’t really mean that, can they?” and then you realize that yes, they mean precisely that.
I’m left to wonder when are you governed by your own sense of right and wrong as opposed to some literal (according to you) interpretation of the Constitution? Discrimination (certain forms of it) is wrong because it is wrong. It has nothing to do with the Commerce Clause.
This is where I think you and I consistently hit a fork in the road. I believe it is government’s job to nudge us into doing what is right. You believe the government should have no role in that. Clearly, two opposing views of the role of government.
His election as president [Herman Cain]would have broken the glass ceiling and that would have brought me satisfaction but it would have been diminished by the intellect and character of the man in question.
[Statements like this make me blink in wonder at the fact that the weight of the irony didn’t create a singularity.]