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Obama setting up Supreme Court as a campaign issue

Jon643 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 8:23 AM
Then it needs to be taken off the table NOW. It's time to start asking the obvious. Is he a devious lying, or just STUPID? There's plenty of ammo, even a former student of his who says what he said is not what he taught. This shorthand thing is funny. Juxtapose that statement next to his promise to medyanev (sic) that he would have more flexibility after he is re-elected with the question, "Was that shorthand?" Mock him and keep him on the defensive explaining the indefensible.; stuttering away looking like the dopes the libs say conservatives are.
Joycey Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 10:28 AM
But hear is an honest question. How did any student in an OBAMA classroom stay awake longer than the first few minutes of class? What is the OBAMA record on the length of a sentence. I have never succeeded in staying focused on one of his sentences. Did anyone attend class after the first day?
Joycey Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 10:24 AM
The balance scale, is it stoooopidity or evil that weighs heavier?

President Barack Obama is laying groundwork to make the majority-conservative Supreme Court a campaign issue this fall, taking a political page from Republicans who have long railed against liberal judges who don't vote their way.

The emerging Democratic strategy to paint the court as extreme was little noted in this week's hubbub over Obama's assertion that overturning his health care law would be "unprecedented."

His statement Monday wasn't completely accurate, and the White House backtracked. But Obama was making a political case, not a legal one, and he appears ready to keep making it if the high court's five-member majority strikes...

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