Skip to comments.Sen. Ben Nelson: Obamacare's Unconstitutional Advocate
Posted on 03/31/2012 11:53:38 AM PDT by SquarePants
Senator Ben Nelson's accusing Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia of lacking impartiality. Nelson should be ashamed of himself for supporting an unconstitutional monstrosity like Obamacare... (video at link)
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Indian giver speak with forked tongue ....
The libs are very scared, and I pray that I am right, that Obamacare is going to ruled unconstitutional in totem.
They seem to be in full attack mode.
AND NOW...?? He wants to discuss partiality...
...and intellectual honesty...?
Likewise he is "retiring" this year rather than face his constituents at the ballot...
ben's offical andy warhol decoder wristwatch says: 14:59.9....
(Which... by definition....means it is time to SHUT YOUR PIE HOLE AND GO HOME!!)
He’s retiring. The real Ben Nelson is free to emerge.
Another lapdog earning his scraps of food.
Wasn’t Senator Ben Nelson the piece of excrement whose vote was purchased like a common who’re by obammy in regards to this Health care B.S.?
I wonder if Bennie even knows who Kagen and Sotomayer are.
Ben Nelson is going to retire because he cannot be re-elcted. The Dems are running Bob Kerry (who lives in NY)against the Republicans just to cause the Republicans to spend money to beat him. Their thinking is said to be that Bammer could maybe get 1 electoral vote from NE.
Meanwhile you can bet Lord Kickback has something good to do on K street after he retires.
Lord Kickback. I like that.
Nelson’s vote supports the public funding of abortion, the killing of nascent life.
And when did he mention he was worried about impartiality w/r/t Obamacare and justus “Boatload” Kagan?
Good grief. I was thinking of poles instead of wholes.
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