Here’s why I think you’re being disingenuous: You claim concern for the plurality of national voters who voted for Clinton, and the pluralality of voters in states that whose Senators will vote against the Kavanaugh confirmation. But I’m guessing — and prove me wrong on this! — you don’t think any plurality of ordinary voters has any say on the issues in Oberkfell. The right to gay marriage was voted down in every state that had a referendum on it — even California with its 3 million margin for Hillary. I’m guessing as a Kavanaugh opponent, you celebrated the decision because in your view these issues only get decided on by the tiniest, tiniest minority — the Harvard and Yale lawyers.
Or, alternatively, how about we put Roe vs Wade up for a national popular vote?