Tuesday, April 3, 2012


“Unprecedented,” says the man
Who holds a law degree,
Despite the fact that precedence
Would strongly disagree.

“Extraordinary,” tumbles next
Across the gilded tongue,
Despite the massive over-reach
From which the law was sprung.

“It had a strong majority
In Congress,” he explains,
Despite the count of those who lost
Their subsequent campaigns.

“The Court should understand,” he says,
“The human element,”
Despite the Constitution’s text
He means to circumvent.

And thus the legal scholar hopes
To politic the court,
Into a breach of duty which
Their oaths do not support.

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