18 Years for a Supreme Court Justice

Written by: Matthew Turco | Posted on:

Why is this so difficult? The only fair way to balance the US Supreme Court is to stop enabling them to stay on the court until they die, which is never going to happen in perfect intervals. If you give them each 18 years to serve...which is plenty of time, we could rotate them out every two years. Thus, each president would only get to appoint two per term.

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