On June 30, 2015, I appeared on the Joe Thomas Show on WCHV in Charlottesville, VA, to talk about the state of the Supreme Court, and the two recent blockbuster decisions in gay marriage and Obamacare.

We touched on the rulings, the reaction, and proposals to put limits on the Court, such as judicial-retention elections suggested by Ted Cruz, and proposals for term limits.

The article I reference during the interview is from Roll Call, Reagan Aides Foresaw Kennedy Gay-Rights Views That Conservatives Now Lament.

Bottom line: We have reached the point of absurdity when the nation waits anxiously to find out how one person — the swing vote on the court — will vote on issues that decide the course of the nation.

“Think how absurd it is for a nation to be waiting by the radio, or the TV, or nowadays the internet, how is the Supreme Court going to decide an issue as fundamental as the issue of marriage, and everybody knew it would come down to one vote. So we’re waiting on one person to decide the future of our country, and whether you like it or not, if you like the decision, what if it had gone the other way by one vote, how would you feel? So I think we really do have a situation where so many things are decided by a single vote in the Supreme Court that we really have to wonder if that’s how we want to run our lives as a nation.”

Society no longer is governed by “one person, one vote,” but by one person’s vote.

This is no way to run a country.

Here’s the audio below:

There’s a long commercial break in the middle, so when the break starts you can jump ahead to the 16:30 mark when my segment resumes.