As for Libel define it what you call it is something different then I would call it and totally different then what the Supreme Court would rule it.
I have honestly never heard someone argue a factually incorrect position with such conviction before. You are absolutely, unequivocally wrong about this.
Only the Supreme Court can declare things unconstitutional...and they can't declare parts of the Constitution itself unconstitutional, as that doesn't make any sense. Since the 18th amendment was part of the Constitution, it was not (and could not possibly be) found unconstitutional.
Constitutional amendments (such as the 21st amendment) are passed by state legislatures, not the Supreme Court. And in this particular case, Prohibition was not repealed because it was unconstitutional, it was repealed because people didn't want Prohibition anymore.
Honestly, this is 9th grade civics stuff. I'm not going to argue basic factual information with you. I'm right and you're wrong on this point, plain and simple.
Are you coming to bed?
I can't. This is important.
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