Skip to comments.Mark Levin slams Roberts: If he wants to be political he should have term limits
Posted on 07/02/2012 4:51:37 PM PDT by Nachum
Mark Levin was on with Neil Cavuto earlier today talking about the decision from Chief Justice John Roberts last week and Levins point toward the end was the idea that Supreme Court Justices need term limits, especially if they are going to act political like Roberts did last week. Clearly Roberts caved to pressure of the leftist media and academic types and chose to rule in a political way instead of on behalf of the constitution and the country.
Levin also said that we should forget about the mandate being a tax and go after Obamacare on the substance of what it really is.
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So where is the outrage >?
Where is the MILLIUON MAN MARCH ON DC?
Where are the riots?
If the Supreme Courts decision went AGAINST ObamaCare what would be going on now in the USA
THE LEFT WOULD HAVE FULL SCALE RIOTS GOING ON IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY THAT WHAT
BUT WHAT ARE WE DOING NOTHING
NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING
WE’RE ANALYZING IF IT’S A TAX OR A MANDATE
THE GOP BLOWS AND WE’RE GOING DOWN ALL THE WAY DOWN
BECAUSE WE DO NOTHING
Levin is not a Justice, Supreme Court or otherwise. He can’t enforce anything. Furthermore, he doesn’t like wasting time where time would be wasted. Unfortunately, the eligibility issue is a time waster.
Re the 20th Amendment, Section 3, Biden could be Acting President. Good luck with that.
He can tell the truth instead of covering up for the dictator. An arrest takes no time at all by the way.
Constitution, America, thousands of young men and women whose lives were given in the name of freedom. They were facing bullets in defending our nation. Levin couldn’t even mention the truth about the constitution all while sitting in his air-conditioned radio throne. That’s the definition of a coward.
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