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The Roberts Opinion: It's Not All Bad

pow1000 Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 5:53 PM
What in the world happened to Roberts? There are many answers.............................
Politically Incorrect Benjamin Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 6:02 PM
Read below, this was a strategic move to help Obama hang himself.

Roberts vote didn't matter, but he was able to pen it in a way that calls it what it is, a Tax on people who can't afford Health Insurance to begin with. Imagine, you got no job, your broke, and the IRS shows up at your door to collect $2800 fine for not having insurance. Pay it or go to jail.

THis is truly the worst designed law of all times, let it pass, the hang man has just tied a noose around his own neck and handed the trap door handle over to the American people.

Roberts move was Strategic, you know you already lost, so why not change the meaning, make lemonade with lemons?
Ernest20 Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 6:11 PM
HUH, WTF? Convoluted BS is what I call it.

John Roberts is not a “traitor to his philosophy.” He is not a liberal. He is, above all else, a very strict originalist, and the Chief Justice of a Court that is acutely aware – and wary – of its role in politics. Understand that his opinion, though certainly not ideal for the Right, contains more good news for conservatives in its pages than it does on its face.

So let’s take a look at his surprising opinion – the controlling opinion, as it’s called, which sets precedent and “say[s] what the law is,” as Marshall said so long...