I have said for month that we need to get the Senate back, besides keeping the House, and give that arrogant pos occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave eviction notice on November 6 for January 20, 20, 2013
But did he get intimidated, or was he the intimidator?
From the article ... the Chief Justice established some important, conservative doctrinal beachheads. He reaffirmed or established (depending on your perspective) some potentially important limits on Congresss powers under the Commerce Clause, the Necessary and Proper Clause, and the General Welfare Clause. Congress cannot use the Commerce Clause to regulate commerce in a manner that compels people into commerce; it can only regulate existing commerce. Further, such regulation, even if necessary, can never be proper, no matter its importance to the proper functioning of a broader regulatory scheme. And the General Welfare Clause does not permit Congress to use the states dependence on an existing conditional spending program as a means to forcing them to accept significant, qualitative changes to that program. Rather, states must be given the choice to accept or deny the funds associated only with the programs modificationsat least when the program is similar in size to Medicaid.