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The Court Breathes New Life Into the Great Destroyer

SemperMaximus Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 12:46 PM
"...Our Constitution is the best written guarantor of human liberty in human history" It's supposed to be, but according to 5 of the sitting justices, and Roberts in particular, it does not offer us any protection against tyrants so long as they are duly elected. So if Obama declares that every person with blue eyes needs to pay 110% of their income or be jailed for life Roberts thinks that's our problem, not his. So don't come crying to the supreme court if you have an out of control government that has disregarded it's constitutional limits, they are too busy prancing around in their black robes and heading out to cocktail parties with the intellectually elite! Roberts and Company all have reservations in hell.
Recovered Lib Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 8:08 PM

Fast foward years later: these same idiot Americans who celebrated obamacare are now whining and crying because the government has become too big, is over-reaching and infringing on their liberties, whaaa!!

What's the saying? A government powerful enough to give you everything is powerful enough to take it away...
gungy Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 2:58 PM
traitorbill Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 12:58 PM
Robert's black robe signifies It's constitutional Halloween! And the people get the trick, not the treats.
As we approach the Fourth of July and contemplate its glorious significance, recent events have brought into sharp relief the precarious condition of America's unique liberty tradition.

Our Constitution is the best written guarantor of human liberty in human history, but its safeguards do not make it completely bulletproof against systematic assaults undermining its integrity.

In a little more than three years in office, President Obama has distinguished himself as the Great Destroyer of our liberties through a comprehensive set of policies that are at war with the American idea and are succeeding in fundamentally transforming America, in fulfillment of Obama's promise.

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