Thursday, June 28, 2012

SCOTUS PRO POTUS "Obamacare unconstitutional?" HOCUS POCUS - Poof!

In a landmark decision, the United States of America's Supreme Court ruled in favor of "obamacare."  In a surprise twist, conservative Chief Justice John Roberts at the last minute changed his vote.  Meanwhile in the Oval office, at first, President Obama saw on the news that the SCOTUS knocked down his law, but later learned from his staff that the opposite occurred.  He immediate came out to speak to Americans regarding his victory.

Conservatives are upset with Justice Roberts calling him a traitor who sided with liberals on the court.  Some are saying that Roberts is showing that he is not partisan and will vote fairly regardless of his personal political views.

However, others are saying that Roberts made a move that will harm the president come election.  By allowing the law to remain valid, Americans - the majority - who hate the law will flock to vote for Romney.  Romney has presented himself as the candidate whose first presidential move will be to knock down Obamacare for good.

This is plausible because when the law passed in 2012, voters let the president know how they felt by voting out Democrats in the house and creating a Congress that has been one of the most stagnant and divided in American history.  Moreover, Roberts labeled the law as a tax and spending initiative of the federal government.

The Catholic Church's bishops in America are not too happy and vowed to fight on until the law's mandate is gone and religious freedom is respected.






Source:
http://news.yahoo.com/john-roberts-saves-obamacare--how-does-george-w--bush-feel-right-now-.html
http://news.yahoo.com/potus-first-learned-erroneous-news-court-decision-cable-182250498--abc-news-politics.html
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/supreme-court-issue-obamacare-decision-135554880.html
http://www.ewtn.com/vnews/getstory.asp?number=120041

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