Gingrich: The Judicial system only counts when it agrees with me
So much for checks and balances.
There is much to be said against the Supreme Court, of course. It's become the exact opposite of its intent: highly politicized and highly partisan.
Is Gingrich right to ignore part of the system that is clearly broken, or should he instead drive to fix it? What if it's irreparable, because the system built to fix it is also broken, or because we don't have enough good spare parts to fix it right? That, setting aside that Gingrich's part of the system faces the exact same problem?