No offense intended at all, I’m pretty light most of the time. My point is that Congress can void a SCOTUS decision through legislation, which is a much easier route than amending the Constitution. The AG’s opinion means nothing, Lincoln could’ve rammed through a bill in a NY minute had he wanted it, or simply as in the Emancipation Proclamation, issued an executive order. For whatever reasons he didn’t.Whoa! I am not arguing for or against anything. I simply posted what actually happened and the well-known fact that a constitutional amendment does in fact trump an Attorney General's opinion You need to lighten up.