Heaven forbid these judges do things like interpret the Constitution in ways that support the common good. If they do something that we don't agree with, especially if we don't understand the rationale beyond our own little tunnel-vision approach to politics and the changing world structure, then they must be stopped! Let's find ways to promote our half baked resolutions at the expense of people who have spent their entire careers/lives understanding what they're doing on a level higher than the average american, lest they do things like, stick up for underrepresented minorities, the overarching purpose of the Country and the inaction of Congress to adopt to the changing times.
I don't agree with all the decisions that the Court has reached in its history, but I respect the ways they reach those decisions, and I recognize that they understand the situations and the ramifications much better than I can at this point in time. I don't think "stopping" them is a good idea, especially since it ultimately plays into the hands of Congress, who appears to he affected most by judicial decisions, as it's their influence that is kept in check.