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What Will You Say Next Year, in Two Years, and in Five?

Panda Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 1:28 AM
I am deeply insulted by Hewitt's strained attempt to assign some virtuous motivation to the actions of John Roberts. Roberts is Leftist activist judge. Period. He holds the Constitution in contempt, and he basically re-wrote Obamacare in order to rescue it. This was the purest example of Leftist judicial activism in decades. Indefensible. Utterly indefensible. Mr. Hewitt, as an avid listener to your program, I would really like you to retract this article and issue an apology to conservative Americans. You've really hurt your legacy with this article.
Akennas55 Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 8:04 AM
Take a chill-pill, Panda. Your anger is misplaced, and you have no reason to be "deeply insulted' or expect either a retraction or an apology from Hewitt.

Have you actually read the opinion? John Roberts will go down in history as the judge who restored the Constitution to its rightful place as our defining legal document.
charlesthehammer Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 7:35 AM
I guess this proves Bush really was stupid and had no backbone.

Over at HughHewitt.com I have ventured the opinion that perhaps --just perhaps-- originalists will eventually recognize Chief Justice Robert's decision and opinion yesterday as a bit of judicial genius that will be his Marbury v. Madison --the case that at first glance seemed a win for an executive whom the then Chief Justice opposed but which was in reality a huge win for the Court and the original design of the Constitution.

We won't have even a preliminary assessment for at least four months, and even if Mitt Romney wins the presidency, the success of this...