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Re: Conference Hearing Before the Supreme Court on Obama's phony ID's
Yes, you are right that Justice Roberts allowed Obama to re-take the oath privately in 2009 after mess-up at the Inauguration Ceremony.
But you have to remember something about the Supreme Court.
They were publicly humiliated by Obama during his first term. Remember when they were all sitting together when he addressed Congress for the 2010 State of the Union address? He directly condemned the U.S. Supreme Court
for their decision to allow corporations to contribute to political advertisements.
The photograph which went viral on the net at the time showed the Supremes sitting there in shock.
Then, in 2012, àt a news conference -- before the American people and the leaders of Canada and Mexico -- Obama tried to intimidate the conservative justices of the high court, warning them of the damage it would cause to their reputations should they rule against the Affordable Care Act and essentially blow a big, fat hole in his re-election agenda.
Not wanting to appear at war with the President, Justice Roberts gave him a pass on Obamacare, in a legalese gambit calling it A TAX
-- which makes Obamacare liable to be struck downby the Supreme Court later in a year or two, before it takes full effect.
Here's what appeared last July
in [link to www.breitbart.com
"Conservatives should be ecstatic that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the four liberal Justices ruling the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is constitutional as a tax, while siding with the four conservative Justices that the law is unconstitutional under the Commerce Clause.
"Roberts just humiliated President Obama as a dishonest and contemptible politician, gutted the social welfare and regulatory state, and appears to have set up the entire Obamacare law to be constitutionally invalidated."THAT IS WHY OBAMA WANTS TO BE ABLE TO FILL NEW VACANCIES ON THE SUPREME COURT ASAP.
But I think the Supremes are wise to him. And I think they are all fed up with his power plays.
There may also be the little matter of his dearest enemy now...