Technically, one could argue that this would increase accountability by encouraging screening. I don't think this is a bad idea at all, actually. It's a perfectly decent case, and you can probably win some rounds with it.
However, my main problem with it is this: what's wrong with SCOTUS in the first place? What kind of "bad behavior" is there? There isn't any criminal behavior. There are some issues with recusal, but those seem to be a bit exaggerated. Ultimately, the only real problem with SCOTUS is that the people on it don't interpret the Constitution very well (at least in my opinion), because they don't care about framers' intent.
But here's the problem: if "bad decisions" is your only harm, then the plan doesn't solve this. All it does is make Congress responsible for impeaching justices who it thinks are bad interpreters of the Constitution. And sure, maybe SCOTUS justices are bad interpreters, but Congress is a thousand times worse. The people in Congress aren't even Constitutional scholars, PLUS they care little or nothing for framers' intent.
EDIT: Also, this thread really should be under "NCFCA Resolution," not General Debate. I'd move it there now, only I don't want the author to not be able to find where it is.
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