Attorney General Kathleen Kane's Brief makes clear that if judges do win, it will be a naked exercise of power, not law, that wins the day.
Judges have essentially argued that the Constitution is in violation of the Constitution, and that's just ridiculous.
From her brief,
There is no “super-constitution” that is immune from change by the people. Such an idea not only offends the most basic principle of American self government – that sovereignty resides in the people – but is inconsistent with Article I itself, which confirms the people’s “inalienable” and “indefeasible” right to “alter” or “reform” the government – “their” government, as Article I calls it – as they see fit. The Court has repeatedly rejected the “absurd” argument that the Constitution can violate itself, and it should do so again.
You can read her brief in its entirety below: