Supreme Court's Macchiavellian decision--and how to respond
Once again, the Supreme Court sold out “We the People.” Chief Justice John Roberts, in genuine judicial activism, plays two sides against the middle. In Arizona v. US, Roberts ruled that States are not sovereign. But in Florida v. HHS (the 26-State health-care reform bill suit), Roberts says States are
sovereign. Are States sovereign or not? Amazing! With this ruling we
now have 47 million people (citizens or not) added to the health-care
rolls. And the government can make us buy whatever they deem fit, or pay
a fine—excuse me, a tax. It has the ring of dictatorship.
When you think back, Daddy George H.W. Bush Senior gave us Judge
(backdoor) Souter. Now Junior gave us bend-over Roberts. They screwed
“We the People” both times. Let no one misunderstand. I said screwed as an offensive term meaning “in serious trouble.”
Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts Goes Two For Two
Since when did flexibility come into play in the Tenth Amendment? Or
maybe we should ask, Chief Justice Roberts, just what would make you
sell out the Constitution and the American people in your last two decisions? First, in Arizona, you negate State sovereignty. Then, in Florida, you say the States have sovereign rights.
Also troubling: why did you ignore severability? Oops, did I
bring up a sore issue that the Marxist idiots took that out of the
original bill? Just how long will we the American people have to put up
with judicial assault on our Constitution? These repeated findings by
our Supreme Court are reminiscent of Adolph Hitler’s puppet judges, who
validated every illegal act of the Führer.
You flaccid Representatives that are supposed to be representing us
in Congress, are you listening? If you let this decision stand, you doom the Republic and our capitalist society. Millions of jobs are at stake as well as the total financial ruin of our nation.
What Constitution, what limitations? I can hear these Democrat Marxists, saying:
We are the Constitution.
This perverse decision has really granted unfettered power to
Congress to demand that you buy what they say, or you will be (taxed)
they will call it fines repeatedly using this decision as precedent.
How to Solve the Problem
Regardless what the pundits or the government lap-dogs in media tell
you, this not over! The question is will patriotic Americans show their
mettle and act. Though it may be hard to believe there are judges and
lawyers out there that are not cowards or political hacks. Many are
disgusted with the course our country is on; now it’s time to see who
has the testis, gonads, or as we use to say in Brooklyn the b#lls to
act? Clearly the Court violated their fiduciary duty to adhere to the
Constitution, which is par for the course. That being said, there’s no
time for whining so saddle up. “We the people” have just begun to fight.
(Where did I hear that before)? Here are three` solutions:
- Re-argue the case of Purpura v. Sebelius, 11-7275. It lists 19 separate ways that Obamacare violates the Constitution.
- Nullify the act, with a bill like this.
- Sue, separately, in every State and every District. Hammer the courts with those 19 violations.
What say you? How shall we answer this Macchiavellian (or perhaps Borgian) ruling?
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