No not at all. Funny how you say that Republicans have violated all these and yet Congress and the Supreme court says they haven't.
If anything Republicans have been the ones who are steadfast and consistent on the constitution.
And on the flip side by saying that Republicans do not adhere to these certain parts of the constitution, so why should we follow the 2nd Ammendment, it is ok to pick and choose which parts anyone wants to listen to is your assertion?
For the sake of argument, let's say that the aforementioned parts of the Constitution have been ignored. We are now free to ignore the rest?
That seems a little childish even for you McBare.
Not at all, and IF you actually kick in the old critical thinking [should it actually exist] you would see that I didn't suggest that. Just pointing out the fuzziness of EXACT words.
And NO, the Republicans have not been the one's who have been steadfast and consistent with the Constitution.
And NO, the Congress has not said they have not been violated.
And NO, the Supreme Court has not exonerated the violations as they have existed. As one example of many:
The Supreme Court has ruled that foreign terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay have rights under the U.S. Constitution to challenge their detention in civilian courts.
The justices, in a 5-4 ruling Thursday (.pdf), handed the Bush administration its third setback at the high court since 2004 over its treatment of prisoners who are being held indefinitely and without charges at the U.S. naval base in Cuba.
"We hold these petitioners do have the habeas corpus privilege," Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for the court majority in the 70-page opinion.
He said that Congress had failed to create an adequate alternative for the prisoners held at the U.S. military base in Cuba to contest their detention.
Not surprisingly, Roberts, Scalia, Alito and Thomas were the dissenting opinions. In Scalia's dissent, he wrote:
"...it sets our military commanders the impossible task of proving to a civilian court, under whatever standards this Court devises in the future, that evidence supports the confinement of each and every enemy prisoner. The Nation will live to regret what the Court has done today."
Do you EVER think or research before typing or just throw words on the screen and hope that, by some miracle that they mean something and you don't look dumb?
The KEY is to not ignore ANY of the elements of the Constitution yet learn that it is a living working document, not a static instrument.