In practically every profession, the employer evaluates the job performance of his employees.

Contrary to popular opinion, Supreme Justices are not appointed for life. They are to serve during periods of good behavior. When in the opinion of the people the members of the Supreme Court are behaving badly they need to be dismissed.

When a doctor, a dentist, a lawyer or school teacher has an unsatisfactory evaluation, they lose their jobs. Why are we not evaluating the job perfo…rmance of the Supreme Court Justices.

We the people are the employer and when in our opinion the Justices are behaving badly, it is our right and our duty to dismiss them.

A process needs to be established to evaluate the job performance of each Justice. The ones with unsatisfactory evaluations need to replaced.

Those chosen to evaluate the Justices must consist of be made up of a panel non-partisan Constitutional Scholars.

According  to the Constitution the Justices of the Supreme Court do not have the Constitutional authority to interpret the Constitution. It is the responsibility of the people and the states to decide what is and what is not Constitutional.

The views expressed here are those of the blogger and do not necessarily represent those of the Tenth Amendment Center

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