Should the Federal government be the judge of it's own powers?

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Should the Federal government be the judge of it's own powers? That is, should the Federal government have the final say over what is and what is not Constitutional?

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Don't care about libertarian and conservatives playing Constitutional masturbation point by point. Crony capitalism has a much bigger effect on people's lives. Get the economy right again and we can then spend time looking at the shiny light of constitutional dissection.

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Non-answer. Don't you think our current crony-capitalist system supported by the likes of FDR and Reagan has a teensy-weensy bit to do with not following the Constitution?

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