Rattling off a laundry list of legislation the Senate needs to tackle, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) made it clear that he is dismayed by the Supreme Court's ruling that Hobby Lobby has the right to opt out of government-mandated reproductive services on religious freedom grounds.
In classic Harry Reid fashion, it appears that the Senate Majority leader is unaware that there are three separate branches of government, and might be a bit confused about what the Supreme Court does.
We have so much to address over the coming weeks, Mr. President. Sportsmen's bill denied, the highway bill, emergency supplemental, manufacturing legislation... we going to do something about the Hobby Lobby legislation, we need to correct.
Hobby Lobby... legislation? Senator Reid, I don't think you know how this works. The Senate cannot undo a decision made by the Supreme Court, unless it wants to act outside of the Constitution. Not a problem for some in the Democratic Party, but there you have it.
Here's a refresher course, Mr. Reid, in case you need some brushing up on high school civics.