Elena Kagan no contest
Anthony Kennedy is an utter dumbbell who regularly refutes his own arguments in court decisions.
Obviously, that genius John Roberts is clueless when it comes to the underlying philosopy the Constitution is built on.
Sotomayor, Ginsburg, Kagan, Roberts, and Kennedy.
Well he named two of three that first came to my mind....Kagan and Sotomayer. Lott left out the MOST obvious (based on his recent decisions) John roberts
The noble Hispanic woman?
I can believe this.
Scalia and Thomas are not.....not sure about Roberts (issue with his adopted kids, NSA got him) and the rest apparently know noth’n
The four liberal robots (decisions always predictable)
Almost the entire scotus is from Harvard, Yale or Stanford.
It is Harvard Princeton and Stanford.
“Harvard lays claim to the most Supreme Court justices — five went there for law school. Samuel Alito and Sonia Sotomayor both chose Princeton for their undergraduate degrees; Anthony Kennedy and Stephen Breyer went west for Stanford. John Paul Stevens is the only justice with midwest connections — he went to the University of Chicago for undergrad and Northwestern for law school.”
The runner up to Chief Justice Warren, is Chief Justice Roberts!!!
Kagan is clearly not very bright. There's no doubt the rest of them are pretty smart. Four of them simply don't care what the Constitution actually says. Roberts' 0bamacare ruling is a typical liberal opinion: facile, contradictory, and ultimately rather silly. That doesn't mean he's stupid.
Ruth Bader-Ginsberg, Elena Kagan, and the unwise Latina Sotomajor...
All of them
the federal government's ability to regulate intrastate commerce, stemming from the ability to regulate interstate commerce, is still valid even when that regulation prohibits interstate commerce, even if this would "pull the rug out from under them" because, well, we say so.
That decision was an insult to logical thinking. (False implies true!)
Kelo was terribly unjust, though not without some legal-reasoning, and could be alleviated if eminent-domain were used to seize all of the justices's properties (via
projections, of course). I think you'd be amazed at how quick the Supreme Court could act once its members were directly influenced/impacted/inconvenienced by one of their rulings.
I'm sure I could think of more.