I’ll believe it when I see it. Roberts does not strike me as a “rock-the-boat” type.
If the boat is taking on water, and sinking fast; it doesn’t matter if you helped rock it or not, you’re gonna help bail.
Unless of course it is your intent to see the boat sink. Roberts doesn’t strike me as a guy that wants to see the boat sink.
Oh, Roberts is rock solid. If this is correct, it's very interesting.
I also do not see Roberts as a boat rocker. That said one thing I know, after sitting in courtrooms for hundreds of hours watching all kinds of cases, is that judges do not like it when you get into their $hit no matter who you are.
“Ill believe it when I see it. Roberts does not strike me as a rock-the-boat type.”
My thoughts exactly. The author cites the snub at the State of the Union, but that was almost 16 months ago.
Isn’t it the case that the case must be presented at a lower level and then appealed to the Supremes? I don’t think they can unilaterally strike out at some element of government policy, so the issue won’t be real until that happens...
...and the Administration can successfully stuff any lower-court activity until long after they are administratively gone (or have so completely taken over that there’s no one to take the issue up).