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goodog 08:17 PM on 03/28/2013
If you go back and re-read Robert's questions during the Obamacare trial, you might see them differently than the media interpreted them at the time.
"Can the government require you to buy a cell phone because that would facilitate responding when you need emergency services?"
Instead of stating his belief in the form of a question, Roberts, in hindsight, was arguably simply  Read More...
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AndInOtherNews
Using the Ol' Noodle
06:34 PM on 03/28/2013
Really? - a person can become chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States demonstrating the same type of mental heft that denies climate change and the fossil record?
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june53
Common Sense with Civility, Please!
07:06 PM on 03/28/2013
Another Bush'43 oxymoron, thanks George.
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Barry Peterson
Taxes are the dues we pay to live in a civilized s
06:32 PM on 03/28/2013
I guess that Roberts sees a different world from his ivory tower.
06:46 PM on 03/28/2013
Which you'd think would make him keenly unqualified for his job.
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Barry Peterson
Taxes are the dues we pay to live in a civilized s
06:57 PM on 03/28/2013
It is one of the MANY things that makes him unqualified for the job.
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Cosa Nostradamus
The Dude Abides
06:31 PM on 03/28/2013
Listening to the audios and reading the transcripts really makes you wonder: Do the SCJs really listen to a case with an open mind? Not just for this matter, but others, as well.
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huhwatjusay
06:41 PM on 03/28/2013
listing to Roberts and Scalia- my answer would be no...they have both approached these two case with clear and extreme bias...
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Cosa Nostradamus
The Dude Abides
08:00 PM on 03/28/2013
Yeah, It kinda makes you lose a little respect for SCOTUS.  I always thought these were almost saintly figures who were above politics and had only the best interest of the country in their hearts and minds.
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Stephen Clark Okawa
06:30 PM on 03/28/2013
"Maybe your* immediate thought..." typo in the 6th paragraph.
06:29 PM on 03/28/2013
So says the "umpire".
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my2cnts
06:21 PM on 03/28/2013
Roberts asked "I suppose the sea change has a lot to do with the political force and effectiveness of people representing, supporting your side of the case?"

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justice roberts.....which 'political force' got sen portman of OH to change his mind??????????????
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06:57 PM on 03/28/2013
Fave and fanned.