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Obama's Attack on Supreme Court is Pre-Emptive Strike

Thomas3336 Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 6:27 PM
The Declaration of Independence was a statement of principles, and our justification of separating ourselves from England. The Constitution is the practical application of those principles to form a government that would respect and protect individual liberty, State's rights, and limited government. I believe the reason the political left views Roe v. Wade as essentially holy writ, is because it is the ultimate rejection of the principles in the Declaration of Independence. (Roe effectively said that the people exist at the pleasure of the government, and the government is under no obligation to protect them, if it does not deem it in its interest to do so.) Obamacare, if seems to me, is the practical application of Roe v. Wade.

WASHINGTON -- President Obama's complaints about the Supreme Court's critical review of his health care law suggests that he has a real problem with the Constitution's separation of powers doctrine.

He also seems to have a problem understanding that the court is a "co-equal" branch of government. Its powers are set forth in the Constitution. This is not some obscure government body that can be lectured about its duties and insulted as nothing more than -- in Obama's words -- "an unelected group of people."

Just a few days after the highest court in the land heard three days of oral arguments on...