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Two justices, in service to an abstract vision of the Constitution that was rejected by the Supreme Court nearly one hundred years ago, would shred much of America's ability to conduct diplomacy and destroy our credibility on the international stage.
"The generally accepted notion that the court can only hear roughly 150 cases each term gives the same sense of reassurance as the adjournment of the court in July, when we know the Constitution is safe for the summer." -- Future Chief Justice John Roberts, April 19, 1983