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The Supreme Importance of the Court's Message

jbell77 Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 10:44 AM
Tea Party in Wisconsin: I agree totally with your comment. By way of a constructive suggestion, I offer this: when I read the part with "One of the Founders . . .moral and religious people" and then your parenthetical about whether you had gotten it right, I copied the quoted part, pasted it in a Google search window, and in two mouse clicks I found the full quote, from John Adams in 1798. Give it a try next time, because it doesn't take any longer then writing the parenthetical did. Best wishes.
Fuzzy2 Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 2:21 PM
Why have the Supreme Court ever rule on constitutional issues then?

"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...