Excellent prospects to undo gay marriage if Ted Cruz becomes President



Scott Walker and some others say we should overturn the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling by amending the Constitution. But that's tremendously difficult to do, and frankly, not very likely to happen.

But Ted Cruz has suggested a solution which is quite doable, and very possible to carry out, if he is elected President. Cruz, an experienced Constitutional scholar and former Solicitor General of Texas, has suggested that Congress pass legislation to limit the jurisdiction of the federal courts

Forgive me for once again quoting Wikipedia, but it's relatively concise and to the point:

Congress has the power to make exceptions to and regulations of the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. This court-limiting power is granted in the Exceptions Clause (Art. III, § 2). By exercising these powers in concert, Congress may effectively eliminate any judicial review of certain federal legislative or executive actions and of certain state actions, or alternatively transfer the judicial review responsibility to state courts by "knocking [federal courts]...out of the game."[1]

All this would require is a simple majority vote of the House of Representatives. As for the Senate, if the filibuster rules were changed, a majority vote could pass it there as well. Senate rules can be changed by a majority vote; if a majority of the Senate wants the rules changed, it will be changed. Even if the Senate doesn't have the guts to waive the filibuster rule, there is a second way to do it without changing any rules.

Normally it takes 60 votes to get anything done in the Senate, except when it comes to budgetary matters. If the legislation were crafted in a way to state that the budget for the judiciary to decide or enforce rulings related to marriage were being withheld, an argument could be made that it was a budgetary issue that would only require a majority vote of Senators.

Now, I know what you're thinking. First of all, the Republicans would have to be in charge of Congress in 2017 to make that happen. That's true. The next thing you're thinking is that John Boehner and Mitch McConnell have no interest in passing this. That's also correct. But it's also irrelevant.

When Ronald Reagan was elected in 1980, Republicans had the Senate but not the House. In the Senate, do you think the old bulls like Bob Dole and Bob Packwood wanted to lower taxes? Not really. Do you think the Republicans in the House or so-called "moderate" Democrats wanted to lower taxes? Even less likely.

But Reagan when he ran for president campaigned heavily on tax cuts. When he was elected he had a manda

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