Thursday, June 28, 2012

Thoughts on the Supreme Court Decision


Dred Scott

Roe v. Wade

Obama Care


Proof positive that although the Supreme Court is the final authority on constitutionality in the land - they are not infallible and in fact sometimes (often times?) get it completely wrong. Today's is a perfect example of that.

Today's decision upholding Obamacare was a 5/4 split.  Justice  Roberts was the swing vote -siding with the liberal judges in upholding this legislation.


What is it about the Presidents Bush that they seem to unknowingly appoint liberals wrapped in conservative mantels? Today Justice Roberts proved that he is nothing more than his George W. Bush's  version of David Souter.

The most puzzling thing to me as a lay person is that the court basically ruled that the federal government has a right to levy tax upon us. OK, but the Obama administration was all over itself just a while back saying this wasn't a tax!







And since when was it ever considered good policy to raise taxes during a recession/depression?

And then are Justice Thomas's prophetic words of dissent:

"As I have explained, the Court's continued use of that test 'has encouraged the Federal Government to persist in its view that the Commerce Clause has virtually no limits.'"


Scary thought.


More scary thoughts - now that the federal government has control of our health and bodies, how long will it be before they

  • Demand that pregnant women receive certain prenatal tests.
  • Demand that certain babies in utero with certain test results get terminate or have their care uncovered. 
  • Decide when and if grandma and grandpa get treatment and what that treatment will consist of. 
  • Mandate that all children get all immunizations without exception even over the objections of their parents. 

If this administration gets 4 more years - we're sunk. Much of this will get instituted and there won't be a way out. Get another left-leaning justice on the supreme court and America as we have known it will be a thing of the past.  






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