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Conservatives Should Tone Down Criticism of Roberts

Devita Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 7:41 AM
You, sir are a bumbling idiot! When a unconstitutional law is reworded because the Court must find a way to read it so as to not step on the toes of Congress, what do you call this Chief Justice? A lover of the Constitution or a traitor to his country for upholding such a despicable partisan Socialist law written to destroy the middle class. No matter how it is presented by Mr. Conner, it is still wrong and Mr. Conner is a fool for believing Roberts upheld this Law for any altruistic reasons. His reasons were to protect his NAME and legacy on the Court . . . what he has done is to cause himself to become a pariah and disgrace to his position as Supreme Court Justice.
8411c Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 7:48 AM
Excuse me, but unless you were inside Roberts' head, you can't know what he was thinking anymore than CBS knows or writes "articles" purporting to know, just to further the division within conservative ranks.

Don't you love being used by the Lamestream Left Media? I bet they salivate daily over how easily manipulated you are, how easily divided you are. And now they've served up on a silver platter someone to hate, to blame, instead of all of us being asked to rise to some level of personal responsibility and vote ourselves some leaders who put US first.

Conservatives are apoplectic that John Roberts, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, sided with the liberal wing of the court in largely upholding the constitutionality of The Affordable Care Act (ACA). Their rhetoric has been filled with invective and they have described Roberts as “a traitor to his philosophy” who is “forever stained in the eyes of Conservatives.” His opinion has been called “the worst kind of judicial activism” and characterized as “a 21st century Dred Scott decision.”

You get the picture. In joining the majority in upholding Obamacare, Roberts has become the Benedict Arnold of the Bench.

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