David Harsanyi recently noted in The Federalist that the Democrats don’t fear Brett Kavanaugh as much as they fear The Constitution. He is correct. And it is an existential threat to them.
Specifically,” prospective presidential candidate Kamala Harris argues, “as a replacement for Justice Anthony Kennedy, his nomination presents an existential threat to the health care of hundreds of millions of Americans.” Surely the former Attorney General of California comprehends that “health care” is not a constitutional right, but rather a policy concern whose contours are still being debated, and probably will be for decades, by lawmakers.
What Harris probably means is that Kavanaugh is an existential threat to the practice of forcing Americans to buy products in the private marketplace against their will.
Leading presidential contender Bernie Sanders, whose collectivist doctrine clashes directly with Constitution’s goal of restraining the state and empowering the individual, worried about “workers’…
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