What is evident is that the government is usurping and ignoring our laws for political expediency. It is quit evident that the Supreme Court knew that, and yet they condoned it knowing so.
The immigration ruling: a hint on healthcare?
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court's
decision in the Arizona immigration case on Monday showed a
conciliatory streak within a divided court that could emerge again when
the justices issue their climactic healthcare decision on Thursday.
What the Arizona
compromise will augur for the most closely watched case of the term is
anyone's guess. Yet the justices' evident search for common ground in
the immigration ruling and a few other cases this term could portend a healthcare decision that does not predictably cleave along political lines.
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