Monday, July 2, 2012

Was Roberts threatened...

or was he merely worried about his "legacy?"

I've yet to see one person bring up the possibility that Roberts may have been threatened in some way.  Why is that such a stretch considering the lawless Chicago thugs we're dealing with?

Anyone who thinks threats don't go hand-in-hand with graft and corruption is not paying attention.

 Bruce McQuain:

 ObamaCare: The fallout
I’ve read all the pundits and listened to all the talking head elite tell us how incredibly nuanced and subtle the Chief Justice was by approving the law as a tax.  In fact one described him as “"a chess master, a statesman, a Burkean minimalist, a battle-loser but war-winner, a Daniel Webster for our times."

I say “BS”.  He sold out.  He ended up being more worried about the perception of the court and his legacy than upholding the Constitution of the United States.  And I’m not the only one who feels that way.  The Wall Street Journal also throws a punch or two at Roberts:  read the rest

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