Regarding his deciding vote in the case before the Supreme Court involving Obama's health care act, Chief Justice Roberts, in his majority opinion, writes the following:
"It is not our job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices."
And he's right.
It serves no purpose now to debate the legality of ObamaCare. It has been forever affirmed as the law of the land. Nor to dwell on Roberts's slimy reinterpretation-of-convenience that brought the stunning ruling to our doorsteps.
It is the law.
Until it is no longer the law.
As Roberts says - in so many words - you voted for the sonsabitchas who did this to you. It's up to you - and me - to correct that mistake.
Every one of those mother's sons must go.
Come November ...
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I've moved beyond feelings bordering on the seditious. And am now overwhelmed with a sense of foreboding. And disgust. And dejection. We are now subjects of the state. Nothing more.
I'm busting my ass every day for this ...