Friday, August 12, 2011


Activist judges activated their ideological brain power by declaring the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.

The dissent by Judge Stanley Marcus, however was where the fun happened:

Quite simply, the majority would presume to sit as a superlegislature, offering ways in which Congress could have legislated more efficaciously or more narrowly. This approach ignores the wide regulatory latitude afforded to Congress, under its Commerce Clause power, to address what in its view are substantial problems, and it misapprehends the role of a reviewing court. As nonelected judicial officers, we are not afforded the opportunity to rewrite statutes we don’t like.

Ooohh burrrn. This will march to the top where the Roberts court will probably not only declare it unconstitutional, but an impeachable offense...

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