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The Supreme Importance of the Court's Message

Adhemarde Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 8:14 AM
There is truth on both sides here. Obama is not the problem, he is a symptom of the problem. The problem is the American people who elected him. The Founders did not anticipate that a whiny, dependant, slothful, uninformed, parasitic bunch of losers would be voting, so this is a huge problem. On the other hand, we are supposed to follow the Constitution and rule of law, not simply acquiesce to whatever the "progressives" dream up, and it is the responsibility of the Supremes to rule on the legal merits of a law or bill, not to try to find lame excuses for how it could pass questionable muster if written differently.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 9:51 AM
Well said. This ruling is a mirror of the times we live in. Some say Roberts was afraid the Court was going to be hammered by the LOOTING USURPER"S regime and driveby Cartel media. And it was imperative that he protect and defend the Court above all else, he did and this is what we got. The
thing WE THE PEOPLE must do, if elect more Constitutionalists so that in the future Roberts will be outnumbered by the new appointees. It's sickening to think morons like Hatch and company go along
with every appointment from the White House because "the POTUS deserves his appointments' that's how we got the Court liberals, and why DemonRAT MARXIST elected parasites and their trained puppy media attack the Constitutionalists on the Court.

"I feel like Justice Roberts cheated on me," said a friend, half in jest, half expressing honest disappointment. Having once emceed a "Women for Roberts" press conference for C-SPAN back in the day, I heard a lot of similar sentiments in the wake of his penning the majority opinion for the Supreme Court decision that "upheld Obamacare," as many have put it.

But the whole of the president's health care legislation wasn't actually the question before the Court.

I was not alone Thursday morning, thinking about the man who appointed the chief justice, former President George W. Bush. Reading the...