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To: vbmoneyspender

Remember that Lawrence Tribe, his former law professor, was not surprised by Roberts’ vote. So at least to someone who would know this wasn’t out of character for Roberts.

But with the appearance that he changed his mind one has to wonder what caused this.

No matter what - he should have done his job - throw out the unconstitutional power grabbing monster.

Is there a way to get rid of a Chief Justice?


10 posted on 07/01/2012 8:43:47 AM PDT by Aria ( 2008 wasn't an election - it was a coup d'etat.)
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To: Aria; onyx; DJ MacWoW; RedMDer; trisham; TheOldLady; musicman; vox_freedom; JoeProBono; ...

No matter what - he should have done his job - throw out the unconstitutional power grabbing monster.

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DITTO!

As i wrote to a friend:

It’s my belief that Roberts had to severely contort and/or abort logical jurisprudence to arrive at this judgment, and it’s evidenced by the fact that he did in fact re-write the actual law as it was written

It’s not the court’s job to clean up Congress’s screwups and make a mess created by them palatable and conform when it did not

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John Roberts = judicial gymnast supreme

Lord, have mercy.


20 posted on 07/01/2012 9:04:29 AM PDT by STARWISE (The overlords are in place .. we are a nation under siege .. pray, go Galt & hunker down)
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