Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Obama calls Supreme Court "activist", "unelected"

Speaking about the 'Obamacare' challenge now before the Supreme Court, Obama referred to the Court as an "activist" and "unelected group" and that overturning his healthcare bill would be "unprecedented". Say, isn't that political interference with the judiciary?

Meanwhile: Fed Appeals Court to DOJ: You Have Until Thursday to Explain What the President Meant by ‘Unprecedented’ & ‘Unelected Group’


Alain said...

Truer words were never spoken from an aspiring dictator. What he calls activist judges would be judges following the American constitution while the true activist judges would be those ignoring the constitution and doing the bidding of the Left.

JR said...

Good point. The only true "activists" on the SC are the ones who will be ruling in favour of Obamacare. He's threatening the conservative half of the Court. The guy's a piece of work!

Anonymous said...

Does any so called Conservative out there even give a hoot about the fact that a terrorist is returning to Canada. And does the fact that this terrorist get free health care, dental care, free medical prescriptions, free legal counsel and even the right to vote from prison even concern anyone out here?