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Obama's Attack on Supreme Court is Pre-Emptive Strike

davidg32 Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 11:36 AM
Now Justice Kennedy has to endure the tremendous pressure. The two big bastions of liberalism in this country...the media and the universities...will go to work. There will be "off the record" discussions about his "legacy". There will be lots of "just between us" conversations about how the law might affect future generations...with lots of mentions of the "right side of history" and how he doesn't want to be known as the vote that "struck down" health care reform. This bill is the "showpiece" legislation of a minority President with socialist leanings...so it's about as favored by the liberal elite as it's possible for a bill to be.
3129 Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 6:12 PM
"Once I am re-elected, I will have a lot more flexibility" Barrack Hussein Obama.

WASHINGTON -- President Obama's complaints about the Supreme Court's critical review of his health care law suggests that he has a real problem with the Constitution's separation of powers doctrine.

He also seems to have a problem understanding that the court is a "co-equal" branch of government. Its powers are set forth in the Constitution. This is not some obscure government body that can be lectured about its duties and insulted as nothing more than -- in Obama's words -- "an unelected group of people."

Just a few days after the highest court in the land heard three days of oral arguments on...