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  • residents of Moron City: Supreme Court (save Alito/Thomas/Scalia)

    Where does a rational person begin to critique this ...this... What's the word? This (for lack of a better term) MORONic decision

    oh wait... we shouldn't insult morons..

    In any case, I will itemize some of the many thoughts that come to me:

    • the Supreme Court apparently READ the Affordable (ha ha) Act. Isn't it ironic that they uphold a law that was not even READ in Congress (yet passed)? What would happen if a college student claimed to have read Shakespeare, wrote an essay on Shakespeare and the teacher (who has actually READ Shakespeare) gave him an A even though the paper didn't have much to do with Shakespeare and distorted his writings?

    • the Supreme Court is supposed to interpret law, not MAKE law. The 6 lib justices went against the clear meaning of those 4 words, which as Scalia notes are mentioned SEVEN times in the ACA... 7 times it was found to be ambiguous... so they had to read the whole law (something that had yet to be done by those who are SUPPOSED To read laws before passing, are PAID by We the People to read...) and look for INTENT...

    • This decision is reminiscent of another un-Constitutional, irrational, activist SC decision: Roe v Wade... with all its "penumbras" and "emanations" and all that tomfoolery that was used (1973) to justify MURDER

    • How ironic... the Supreme Court upholds a law that NOT ONE Republican in Congress voted for! And no one seems to have READ! [until the SC finally read it??)


      (Maybe it is time to change the rules in Congress, so that if not ONE person in one of the two parties votes for a bill, it doesn't pass?)

    • The Supreme Court is supposed to respect legislation written by Congress, not just throw it out when... there are problems, such as four "ambiguous" (ha ha) words in some law. I guess that is their excuse for this decision. Talk about IRONY! Why didn't they just say "Hey, you bozos in Congress didn't even READ the darn thing, that alone invalidates the AKA!"

    • etc.... etc... etc..

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    Last edited by republicanchick; June 25th, 2015, 11:09 AM.

  • #2
    i think Scalia used the word ABSURD to describe the -- LOL -- "reasoning" behind this decision

    and he said that 21 pages didn't make it less so

    I would LOVE to have a copy of the full Dissent


    maybe u can get such things on line?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by republicanchick View Post
      I would LOVE to have a copy of the full Dissent


      maybe u can get such things on line?

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      You sure can.

      http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/25/politi...ies/index.html
      Global warming denialists are like gravity denialists piloting a helicopter, determined to prove a point. We may not have time to actually persuade them of their mistake.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by rexlunae View Post
        i wasn't able to COPY it to a flashdrive

        I don't have time to read it at this time.Where can one get a copy you can copy/paste?



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        • #5
          as w/ the gay "marriage" decision today, the biggest problem is how STATE power is being removed from the states

          the federal gov is taking over..

          Thank God Roberts seems to see this, @ least in this last Decision.

          the federal government is taking over. That is a HUGE problem because..

          to simplify, just a few words or sentences should do:
          • Veteran's Affairs (remember how vets were dying due to substandard medical care and CORRUPTION in the VA?)
          • Lois Lerner (corruption, lying)
          • Eric Holder (corruption, racism)
          • IRS (corruption, legalized theft)



          T e d C r u z,



          we LOVE YOU!

          (and Ben Carson, and Fiorina... and maybe a few others)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by republicanchick View Post
            as w/ the gay "marriage" decision today, the biggest problem is how STATE power is being removed from the states
            Right ... which means of course that heterosexuals are no longer allowed to marry.
            A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man
            we can trust with nuclear weapons.

            Bill Clinton






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            • #7
              oh gee.. i thoght there might be an intelligent repsonse here

              sigh

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              • #8
                Originally posted by republicanchick View Post
                oh gee.. i thoght there might be an intelligent repsonse here

                sigh
                You might want to proofread your posts prior to insulting others about their intelligence.
                A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man
                we can trust with nuclear weapons.

                Bill Clinton






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                • #9
                  so now the Supreme Court rules that words have no meaning ("State" can mean "not-State"....)

                  we are in BIG trouble



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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by republicanchick View Post
                    [FONT="Georgia"][B]Where does a rational person begin to critique this ...this... What's the word? This (for lack of a better term) MORONic decision
                    Oh, the irony.

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                    • #11
                      oh gee, i htought there might be an intelligent response here



                      guess it's time to go to Foxnews...

                      I don't like Moron City

                      it's boring


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