Roberts did not disappoint

Mike Fahy of Chicago finds precedent for the Roberts opinion:

If you wish to understand Thursday’s incoherent opinion by Chief Justice John Roberts, you must first read Republican history from the Summer of 2005.

Contrary to all that has been written since Thursday’s enactment of RobertsCare, John Roberts did not change. He has always been that way. Eight years ago, we were warned about the Roberts appointment, but most of us did not listen.

When Roberts was nominated, we were warned that he was a RINO jurist appointed by a RINO president — just as RINO Souter was appointed by the previous RINO president. To wit: read these two 2005 articles by Ben Shapiro and Ann Coulter. They were absolutely 100% correct about Roberts!

President Bush’s Roberts Pick Disappoints by Ben Shapiro on 7/20/5
Pull quote: “Roberts is not an originalist. There is nothing in his very short jurisprudential record to indicate that his judicial philosophy involves strict fidelity to the original meaning of the Constitution.”

Fool Me 8 Times, Shame on Me by Ann Coulter on 7/27/5
RINOs on parade: (1) Earl Warren, (2) William Brennan, (3) Harry Blackmun, (4) John Stevens, (5) Sandra O’Connor, (6) Anthony Kennedy, (7) David Souter, and (8) John Roberts.
Pull quote re the Roberts nomination: “We have 55 Republican seats in the Senate…, and Son of Read-My-Lips gives us another ideological blind date.”

And published this afternoon, looking back to 2005:
A Thought about Chief Justice Roberts by David Bernstein on 6/30/12
Pull quote: Roberts “is extremely risk-averse.”

Also published today, remembering Roberts as a country-club Republican:
Why I Walked Out on John Roberts by Michael Filozof in American Thinker on 6/30/12
Pull quote: “Roberts seemed like the master of pleasing everyone all the time by saying nothing of substance.”

Conservatives had a 2005 alternative to Roberts; she was Janice Rogers Brown. But Brown was frowned upon by country-club Republicans because she is not an Ivy Leaguer. Even before last Thursday’s disgraceful decision, Janice Rogers Brown said the Supreme Court has “abdicated its Constitutional duty to protect economic rights.” See If only Janice Rogers Brown were on the Supreme Court dated 4/18/12.

Again, Republicans have proven beyond doubt the shibboleth of their party. It is axiomatic wisdom: Republicans never blow an opportunity to blow an opportunity.

Our leaders, from Sarah Palin on the right to Mitt Romney on the left, now tell us we can defeat RobertsCare at the 11/6/12 election. Here is why they are wrong: A National Geographic poll taken this week reveals that 65% of American voters believe that Obama is better equipped than Romney to protect us from alien invaders from outer space.

In the unlikely event that Romney is elected, will he nominate Janice Rogers Brown? Of course not. Romney is not an originalist. Janice Rogers Brown’s copy of the Constitution does not have a respiratory system.

The Republican Party owns this one — RobertsCare!

He’s right about that poll, which says it all.

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Simon of Politico meditating on the 5-4 pro-Obamacare decision:

The immediate political analysis offered by many was that this is a huge political boost for President Obama. But President Obama had nothing to do with it. He was a spectator, . . . .

Does S of P want to say one cannot be boosted politically by what someone else does?

Mark it down to being in a hurry.

Anyhow, that’s today.  Yesterday he was feeling really peckish about it all (2nd meaning, not  hungry) and relieved himself of this panicked observation:

Once upon a time, in a place called America, there was a government with three equal branches. That America no longer exists.
One branch now rules American life.
It is the Supreme Court, and it consists of nine people elected by nobody. They rule for life. Their power is absolute.
To overrule them requires an…

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Stella Foster is handed her lunch in re: her June 21 column asking Obama to come to Chicago and make a plea to end violence:

Two things on display: Naive belief in omnipotent presidents. And – Incredibly childish writing (This is a columnist!)

I thought she was a grade schooler with a writing assignment; wow, this passes as writing in Chi town??? [Yes]

I am flabbergasted to google the writer and find that she is actually a columnist, writing for the paper since 2003! I honestly thought that it was an earnest, amateurish letter to the editor by a frustrated citizen. Unbelievable what the Chicago school system is producing.

“…when the hot sun comes out to play.”
Nice touch there, Stella. I wish you good luck as you enter the 4th grade. (You are in grade school, aren’t you)?

I had read the column and thought, well at least she’s…

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Pat Hickey ties into Cadillac commies et al.

They are perpetrators of thug comfort zone.

A Genuine Shower of Bastards – G. Flint Taylor and the Architects of Chicago’s Thug Comfort Zone

Ceasefire ( Gangbanger Pensioners), Marches, T-Shirts, and Gun Turn-Ins are band-aids on cancer. Chicago is and has been a Thug Comfort Zone where murdering thugs without any moral compass are allowed to kill with impunity and often immunity.

The lawyers and the media and gutless elected officials have helped every gang and independent sociopath feel free to murder in the knowledge that G. Flint Taylor, Jon Loevy and Locke Bowman as well as the Innocense Project and other massively funded university based ‘feel-good’ coalitions of the comfortable have their backs.

Hickey does not come from nowhere in the matter of black urban crime, being immersed in salvation of black men rather than of black gangsters, at Leo High on Sangamon Street, where young men get not a second chance but a first chance.