Warns the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
On the other hand, if you're going to call a lawsuit "frivolous," you should have to explain why. Just because the J-S editorial board thinks the suit is a loser doesn't mean it's utterly lacking in merit.
Where a novel constitutional question is presented, as is the case with the health care reform bill's "individual mandate," there exists practically a duty to challenge it. Simply insisting such challenges are pure politics and "frivolous" doesn't make the question go away.
But at least they got the "count on more nonsense" part right.