When the Obituary of America is finally written, John Roberts will have had a large role in drafting it.
As many conservatives and libertarians have come to understand during the course of the last decade or so, the Republican establishment (moderates) is but a tad better than their left-wing Democrat colleagues.
As Sen. Rand Paul correctly stated after the despicable decision came down: “Obamacare isn’t constitutional just because a couple of people on the Supreme Court say so.”
Regardless of the final outcome of Obamacare, this case will not only serve to further politicize the court, but it will also further erode the trust Americans have for the Judiciary.
The good news is that since this is about taxes, a political issue, we can now hold our representatives responsible. We can and should demand of Mr. Romney, Mr. Boehner, and Mr. McConnell that this law be repealed – or else!
Sometimes I wish I could have been a liberal. It almost seems like it would be fun living in a world where reality is whatever you want it to be.
Elena Kagan is a left-winger who was appointed by a President who is most likely a Marxist. When she finally puts on her black robe, she will judge the cases before her through the prism of her left-wing ideology regardless of what she’s now saying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
When Scott Brown began reading his prepared statement I was sort of surprised at how inarticulate he sounded. He stammered, stumbled, and fumbled his way through his written remarks; he sounded like Barack Obama without his teleprompter. I couldn’t help but think that he was pretty disappointing to the many Republicans who are still infected with Scott Brown fever. My infection subsided about a week to ten days after he was elected. I know, I know, he’s still one hundred times better than Ted Kennedy, but then again who isn’t?