Skip to comments.Why Obama Strikes Out In Court (Zero Seeks Radical Expansion of Federal Power)
Posted on 06/06/2012 10:29:03 AM PDT by mojito
As the world awaits the Supreme Court's ruling on ObamaCare, there's a larger story that the pundits are missing: the court's rejection of the Obama administration's increasingly extreme claims on behalf of unlimited federal power.
This term alone, the high court has ruled unanimously against the government on religious liberty, criminal procedure and property rights. When the administration can't get even a single one of the liberal justices to agree with it in these unrelated areas of the law, that's a sign there's something wrong with its constitutional vision.
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No s##t Sherlock.
This certainly gives me hope that sanity will prevail! Thanks for posting.
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I don't think they're missing it; they're just not reporting it so it doesn't embarrass the Zero Admin in front of the sheeple. Wouldn't want to make Zero look bad now, would they?
The Tenth Amendment states the Constitution's principle of federalism by providing that powers not granted to the federal government nor prohibited to the States by the Constitution are reserved to the States or the people.
Not usurpers who wish to be dictators!
A ruling on Obamacare is supposed to come out this month. When this month is it due?
“No one knows exactly when a decision will be handed down by the Court in an argued case, nor is there a set time period in which the Justices must reach a decision. However, all cases argued during a term of Court are decided before the summer recess begins, usually by the end of June.”
I think it’s June 25.
As a self-described political junkie, the tea leaves indicate to me that some wind of the SCOTUS decision has reached the White House ... and to them, the smell ain’t good....
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