I guess it is time to just out of curiosity study Roberts past and see if there were any clues in his life as to why he is behaving this way now.
Too late of course but it seems that most things are these days, we are looking at the United States in the rear view mirror now.
I've been very uneasy with all the talk the last few days from the Republicans about not gloating. I doubt if they're gloating now. I think they had the wrong person with Pam Bondi of Florida leading the charge. She's not a constitutional lawyer, bright but not all that bright. We forgot that it's not over til that fat lady sings.
Here's hoping that Roberts wasn't being too cute and that somehow the Republicans and libertarians can join in their opposition to Obama and his damned Obamacare.
We can't afford too many like Mike128's advocating staying home on election day. We need droves of people going to the polls to offset the illegals and dead people voting for the opposition.
Last edited by SaintLouieWoman; 06-28-2012 at 11:19 PM.
I hate to give any concession to Obama and his minions, but they played it right---kept up about the SC being partisan. If Kennedy could side with the conservatives, it's absurd that Roberts didn't. He indeed must be drinking the Kool-Aide. I hope Levin is wrong, hope that Roberts was being extremely clever. I guess we'll find out.
Roberts doctrine; constitution what fucking constitution, you don't like the decisions your politicians make vote in different ones and don't expect us to fix things for you, it's not our fucking problem. Sotomayor pass me the damn joint you Bogart!
Three major tenets of of what makes this country great...freedom of speech...security of our borders and freedom of choice and the SCOTUS managed to fuck up all three in one week. Amazing.
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