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Justice John Roberts, the King Maker

28 Jun

Supreme Court Justice John Roberts just handed Obama a crown, scepter, and an ermine trimmed velvet cloak.

It isn’t the SCOTUS job to protect the American people from bad political choices? Perhaps not, but it IS SCOTUS job to protect and uphold the Constitution.

If you are not registered to vote, get registered. I don’t care if you like Romney or not; I don’t care if he wasn’t your first choice; he must win. Why you ask? Because he is NOT Obama.  We need every single person to vote because even Obama voters who hate ObamaDoesn’tCare and are disappointed in Obama overall have said they will STILL vote for him in 2012.  That stymied me until I realized that these people have lived most of their lives being indoctrinated by the Progressives and/or living off the government teet. They’d rather throw their fellow Americans into the compost pile of history than to do the right thing and admit that they are personally responsible for the total upheaval of this country.

They must not be allowed to steal our country from us. My flag will hang upside down until Obama is defeated. Make no mistake; we are in distress.

If you haven’t read Ameritopia by Mark Levin, get it, read it, understand it.  It’s important.

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12 responses to “Justice John Roberts, the King Maker

  1. hardrock45

    June 28, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    Watch out, folks! If Obama is re-elected he will dictate many more mandates and for those who fail to comply there will be penalties. Sorry, I mean taxes as Justice Roberts calls them.

     
  2. nooneofanyimport

    June 28, 2012 at 9:58 pm

    A pretty depressing day, I must say.

     
    • Chillingworth

      June 29, 2012 at 12:20 am

      The guys at National Review Online have found some positive things to say today. This, for example: Some liberals fear that this ruling is “a major blow to Congress’s authority to pass [goofy utopian schemes]. Using the tax code — especially in the current political environment — to [“]promote social welfare[“] is going to be a very chancy proposition.” Also, as perhaps already implied in what Mr. Saddleburr and Mrs. Sampson have said on here today, this ruling may make it more likely that Obama will be defeated in November. Wouldn’t it have been tragic if we had won this Supreme Court case, but part of the trade-off was that we were stuck with four more years of the rest of Obama’s agenda?

       
  3. Chillingworth

    June 29, 2012 at 12:22 am

    “I don’t care if you like Romney or not; I don’t care if he wasn’t your first choice; he must win.”

    Right, I think I speak for many when I say, Romney wasn’t my first choice—or my second choice—or my third choice. But none of those other choices got the nomination; so they’re not a choice any more. Given the choice between Romney and Obama—well, the choice is obvious.

     
  4. tkh

    June 29, 2012 at 8:12 am

    you are so afraid.

     
    • Deborah Sampson

      June 29, 2012 at 3:40 pm

      No, the word is aware…pragmatic…realistic – pick one. As Chris notes below, it is WE THE PEOPLE and in this case 70% of the people, including Democrats, Independents, and Republicans who think this bill should have been completely overturned. The 30% remaining are the clueless bloodsucking Progressives who think that more government is better since they do everything so well. All that matters to those people is that they get their government handouts every month and that they keep the “little people” exactly where they are in the social strata. This isn’t about helping people at all. If they control health care – they control everything. They get to decide who is treated and who is not. Considering that all of these people subscribe to and admire known proponents of eugenics, it isn’t a stretch to say that this is a step towards cleansing the population of the undesirables. Bill Ayers notably said that tens of thousands of people must die in order for them to attain their perfect society.

       
    • P. Henry Saddleburr

      June 29, 2012 at 10:08 pm

      And that you are not afraid tells me that you are a shallow thinker. Fear your government. And most especially, fear the President of Obamastan.

       
    • P. Henry Saddleburr

      June 29, 2012 at 10:11 pm

      Oh, and Tim Kaine Harlot (that is what tkh stands for, right?) you are welcome here to spread your brilliance any time.

       
  5. Chris N

    June 29, 2012 at 8:28 am

    We the people, American people, have been handed a decision yesterday, and what we must do now is take what we have been handed and turn it around in November.
    You can do this by making sure you are registered and vote Republican, I don’t care if you believe in the Republican Party or not. I don’t care what your Presidential Candidate choice was for. We can’t go backwards we need to keep going forward. And the Republicans must take the White House, Congress and the Senate in order to repeal this awful decision of more taxes on the American people.
    We have a lot on the line here, this is the time to show what you have to make a difference, take the challenge, step out of your box, get off your asses, and just make a difference for all American people.
    We did it hundreds of years ago and we can do it again!
    I will see you on the firing line come November!

     
  6. P. Henry Saddleburr

    June 29, 2012 at 10:20 pm

    Having given this whole issue the 24 hour cooling off period, and in spite of Robert’s apparent cowardice, the fact that Romney has received over $4.6 million after the ruling tells me that Chief Justice may have doomed the president to a massive electoral defeat.

    Is Robert’s brilliant enough to pull this off or is this just the unintended consequences of inside the beltway thinking provoking an unanticipated response?

    Beats me. Either way……..Obama is toast.

     
  7. Saddlesore

    July 3, 2012 at 8:57 pm

    It is regrettable, but true, that the left (and more than a few Republicans) have been using the tax code for years to coerce behavior in accordance with the government’s wishes. Unfortunately, the Court’s ruling is more a matter of degree than of kind. This ruling just affects a more personal realm, i.e. healthcare and our bodies, than does say, tax credits for energy efficiency or loss of deductions for some high wage earners. In one sense, this ruling was lost years ago when the Court upheld Social Security, which the Court also deemed to be a “tax” whereas the Roosevelt sold it to the public as an “insurance contribution”. How many times can the country fall for this nonsense. Apparently, too many.

     
    • Deborah Sampson

      July 4, 2012 at 12:19 pm

      Well stated, Saddlesore.

       

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