Jul 2, 2012

Supreme Injustice: Mandatory Nanny State Tramples Constitution by Waffling Chief Justice!

This from CBS News, how the Constitution was trampled and a mandatory Nanny State setup by the gross incompetency of a waffling Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who switched his powerful vote in the recent 5-4 decision (who by the way, is widely reported to be on medication for epilepsy, which is ironic to say the least, on a controversial health care law)!  No one then can rationally claim absolutely that the Constitution justifies the outcome of Mandatory Health Care (ObamaCare) legislation in the Supreme Court which was challenged by no less than 26 States. 

Just when you thought everything had been said about this subject this excellently sourced truth grenade is dropped in the public controversy.  This is a must read of just how unstable the "majority opinion of the Court" really is!  And it's now binding on all Americans, and sovereign states, despite the supremely irresponsible outcome!

(CBS News) Chief Justice John Roberts initially sided with the Supreme Court's four conservative justices to strike down the heart of President Obama's health care reform law, the Affordable Care Act, but later changed his position and formed an alliance with liberals to uphold the bulk of the law, according to two sources with specific knowledge of the deliberations.
So yes, we will continue to unashamedly protest this outcome as legitimate or of Constitutional authority.  The incompetency of a Supreme Court decision based upon the tie-breaking vote of a waffling Chief Justice, on some serious medication which has effects upon the human brain, should not be binding upon all of America, when the Constitution defending individual liberty and states rights is at stake.

If America is divided it's only because of the supreme confusion of the Supreme Court and the controversial vote from one man should not become a tyranny over a majority of the population who are unquestionably opposed to this unprecedented intrusion of the Federal government into our individual lives.  Neither have health insurance premiums become more "affordable" since it was passed.  We will not keep quiet about it.