Once I got over the initial shock of the decision Thursday, it became apparent on further reflection that what Chief Justice Roberts had done was not only very patriotic, but personally one of the most courageous political actions I have witnessed in my more than seventy years, or have read about in my personal study of history.
His action in this case rank with those of our founding fathers, St. Paul’s voyage to Rome, and the signing of the MagnaCarta.
It is my fervent hope that before my ultimate passing, that I will see that this will be recognized, and his rightful place in the history of this country assured!
On what possible grounds could you interpret this gigantic expansion of federal power as patriotic?
I happen to also agree with your thinking on this. ;-)
I’d be interested in reading your explanation for your praise of Robert’s decision.
I was initially shocked and puzzled by Roberts’ decision also, but now wonder if it’s strategy.
This sounds like it was written by some party committee member...Or Communist block captain out of Chicago.
We continually get gang raped by government, then some roll in and tell us it's really love.
You are very wise in seeing through just how Brilliant Roberts was in this. Time will indeed be in his favor.