The Chief Justice Done Good

From The American Thinker

Chief Justice John Roberts has handed a remarkable victory to American conservatives by threading the judicial needle with perfect precision. The initial disappointment collectively felt by Americans who had hoped for a Supreme Court ruling that would overturn Obamacare soon will be replaced, upon further reflection, by the excitement that will come with a fuller appreciation of what the Chief Justice has wrought.

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7 Responses to “The Chief Justice Done Good”

  1. Joe Says:

    Sadly, he starts off the arguement 100% incorrect and gets worse from there. The commerce clause was in the “dicta” of the ruling which has NO bearing on the ruling. By calling this bs a tax it enabled the clowns in washington to call anything a tax and move on.

  2. stevec Says:

    That is the dumbest thing you’ve ever linked. You should not trust the words of an idiot who 1) does not understand that Wickard was not rolled back, it simply was not extended; and 2) completely ignores the entirely new tax power/regulatory power created out of thin air.

    It will help Romney. Problem is Romney openly admits that he wants to repeal obummercare so that he can replace it with…wait for it… Romneycare.

    • curtislowe Says:

      Wow where’s the brotherly love? Oh we’re Marines, nevermind.

      Ha. No doubt, Romney enacted Romneycare in his own state…dis you ever really doubt that the federal government had the power to tax anything and everything as much as it wanted?

      Do you buy his argument that allowing it as a tax and not under the commerce clause takes some wind out of the fedgov’s sails in terms if continually invoking it to regulate?

      I also think that no matter the other outcomes, the unintended consequences will be vast. I predict within 10 years fedgov will be telling people what they can eat, drink, smoke and weigh…

    • curtislowe Says:

      I re-read that again and I don’t see where he claims Wickard was rolled back.

      Also, I am more afraid of the long term damage that Obama’s next 2 or 3 SC appointments will do than one piece of legislation that can still be modified or repealed so if this helps Romney beat obummer ill live with it.

      Warning, nothing the my past few posts or comments should be construed to indicate that I have anything but severe and deep-seated loathing for this piece of shit legislation and ALL politicians regardless of ilk, stripe, party or leaning.

  3. stevec Says:

    Oh for fuck’s sake. I typed a long, detailed reply and accidentally lost it. So I left you a voice mail. And, by the way, I didn’t call you dumb, ya disphit, I called that article (and the idiot author) dumb. So unknot your knickers.

  4. Nicki Says:

    Sorry, dude. This is another attempt by the establishment to pick the corn out of this rancid bowl of turds. No way.

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