IOZ suggests that all this caterwauling about Constitutional issues could be self-deception from a people who historically were born on third and thought they hit a triple.
I have long thought that “American Exceptionalism” could largely be attributed to historical accident, i.e., the convergence of enlightenment thinking, the industrial revolution and a fresh petri dish. It all must have seemed so manifest, eh?
It is tempting to leave it at that.
On the other hand.
One might further assume that the exactly ambiguous wording of the Constitution, prior English law, the magna carta, etc., were also accidental.
All accidental associations by mere contiguity, nothing more than a pitcher wearing his “lucky” socks. Those fastballs down the tube never really happened. He never really could throw gas.