Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Deal With It, John

John Roberts, thanks to George W. Bush, our Supreme Court Chief Justice:

"Speaking to a law school class today in Alabama, Roberts said while anyone is free to criticize the court, the sight of a president dressing down the justices in front of Congress was "very troubling."

Well, deal with this, John: The sight of an ex-constitutional law professor stating the obvious truth about the fact that you are owned by corporations is very refreshing to the rest of us.

Don't act corrupt and maybe nobody will call you corrupt. Of course, that never stopped Republicans from calling Democrats corrupt without a shred of evidence, but we are not the same kind of low life that you guys are.

Like I said, John, deal with it.

5 comments:

Derek said...

"The sight of an ex-constitutional law professor stating the obvious truth"

Apparently campaign donations aren't a form of free speech according to Obama. I doubt the man has even read the Constitution in the past year.

Green Eagle said...

The guy was a constitutional law professor, Derek. John Roberts is a corrupt criminal controlled by big business.

And who the hell are you to tell Obama about the constitution, seeing as it's painfully obvious that you don't have a clue about anything at all?

Derek said...

I read it daily and have it hanging on my the most open wall of my dorm room. There is a reason why I say Obama doesn't read it. Ever.

His expansion of government power goes against Article 1 Section 8 and his lack of understanding the Bill of Rights further shows his ignorance.

Can the government force me to buy insurance? No. Is the Constitution a "living document" (October 2006)? No. Can the government force a business to give a certain interest rate? No. Does the Constitution give the right to privacy? No. Is affirmative action Constitutional? No.

Green Eagle said...

"Can the government force me to buy insurance? No. Is the Constitution a "living document" (October 2006)? No. Can the government force a business to give a certain interest rate? No. Does the Constitution give the right to privacy? No. Is affirmative action Constitutional? No."

As usual, this is nothing but cheap Republican cant, and reflects either a total lack of understanding of our Anglo-American legal system, or (more likely) a willingness to just lie your ass off.

Derek said...

"and reflects either a total lack of understanding of our Anglo-American legal system, "

"Can the government force me to buy insurance? No."

I have the right to liberty, and can only be deprived of it by due process.

"Is the Constitution a "living document"

The Constitution changes only when we amend it. The words mean the same thing they did when they were written.

"Can the government force a business to give a certain interest rate? No."

Right to contract.

"oes the Constitution give the right to privacy? No."

Can you show me where it does GE?

"Is affirmative action Constitutional? No."

Under the 14th amendment it is not Constitutional. Equal protection under the law.

GE is the liar. I can back up what I say, he cannot.