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Why John Roberts is Mitt Romney's Secret Weapon

davidfarrar Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 11:15 AM
Even if what the writer suggest is true, and I certinly hope it truns out to be true; CJ Roberts had no right speaking for the electorate when he 'assumes' they wanted universal health care as a tax instead of a penalty. He should have thrown the whole thing out and added a footnote and let the people decide. ex animo davidfarrar davidfarrar
Akennas55 Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 12:19 PM
Chief Justice Roberts assumes no such thing, nor should he. That would be like an umpire calling a ball, listening to the crowd boo, then changing his mind and calling a strike.
algae Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 12:41 PM
Your argument that Roberts made the correct decision in rewriting the law would require you to apply a similar analogy. The umpire cannot redefine a strike as a ball.
algae Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 12:51 PM
Bald face lie Akenna.

Let me guess, you're a libtroll.
Akennas55 Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 1:04 PM
I am probably far more conservative than you are. My flag has been upside-down on the flagpole since this ruling - not because of rage, but out of a renewed determination that it will stay that way until Barack Hussein Obama is removed, one way or the other, from defiling the office of President.

I would caution my fellow conservatives on the frustration they may be enticed to express at Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. It is unwarranted, and it is unwise.

The reason I state such is that it is my firm belief that the Roberts' decision on the Obamacare mandate will without question bring about ultimate doom to the government control of healthcare, and through the best means possible--not judicial activism--but through the democratic process.

In boxing terminology no one has pulled a "rope-a-dope" this effective since Muhammad Ali himself. In doing so, it is clear that John Roberts duped the liberal...