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Conservatives Should Tone Down Criticism of Roberts

Louie13 Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 11:29 AM
Ken Connor, you are talking like a Liberal. Stop calling yourself a Conservative, and stop calling yourself a friend of Conservatives. Liberals ignore all the evidence, they make up their own “truth” in their own mind, they are the masters of truth, not the other way around—and you are no more “a friend” of mine than Roberts is.
Louie13 Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 11:30 AM
You say, “He [Roberts] has given us a great gift for the coming election.” That is total bull c**p. And he did not honor his oath to uphold the Constitution. What planet do you live on? He rewrote the law to make this unconstitutional law constitutional in his eyes, twisting the meaning of words in the process, he legislated from the bench, thereby violating the separation of powers principle and his oath to uphold the Constitution. There is no excuse for what Roberts did.

STOP MAKING EXCUSES FOR ROBERTS!
2ndamendment Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 12:34 PM

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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