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Pointedly, Leahy believes he knows what is best for you.

Go ahead and poke him in the forehead with your pointer or cursor if

you want to read the rest of his psycho-babble at CNN’s website.

 

 

King Crybaby, Senator Patrick Leahy [AKA] Barack Obama’s “little flunky,” while representing the Democratic Party’s ideology,  took another shot at intimidating Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Apparently, Leahy doesn’t think Roberts should be entitled to his own train of thought in regards to the constitutionality of Obamacare. Just like a democrat to want to do all your thinking for you.

He actually had the audacity to accuse the Supreme Court Justice of playing politics with a piece of legislation that was forced through congress without a single republican vote. He further tried to sway the Chief Justice by inciting how his decision would affect his future. I suspect that Leahy ought to be worried about his own future, if he keeps trying to intimidate members of the Supreme Court.

Truth be told, the polls are showing a majority of people consider the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to be unacceptable, and that scares the crap out of democrats. Obama’s signature legislation is about to become null and void, and he will have essentially nothing to show for four years of occupying the White House.

At realclearpolitics.com an average of ten different polls showed that 10.3% more people oppose Obamacare, than those would favor the health care plan. Alone, Rassmussen Reports reported a 19% lead for those against the plan; while the Pew Research Center, in the first week of March, was the last documented poll, at RCP, to favor Obamacare, with a favorability of 2%.

I trust that he will be a chief justice for all of us and that he has a strong institutional sense of the proper role of the judicial branch” ~ Sen. Patrick Leahy

Well that is just wonderful, I agree 100%!

And I’m hoping Justice Roberts explains to Leahy that the Supreme Court has an equal share of power in our system of checks and balances. This is what happens when people like Leahy have been in Washington too long. They forget who the boss is  . . . Leahy is not the boss of anyone. As far as I can see, he is just another asshole with a propensity to cry when he doesn’t get his own way.

I was struck by how little respect some of the justices showed to Congress, and of how dismissive they were of the months of work in hearings and committee actions and debate of amendments and motions and points of order on the Senate and House floors before the measure was enacted. ~ Sen. Patrick Leahy

. . . well asshole, I’m a little disappointed in your lack of respect for the Bill of Rights. It might be time that someone put you out to pasture . . . infringing on the rights of the citizens of the United States might just reflect unfavorably on your history too.

The people in Vermont need to kick this guy in the seat of the pants next time he is up for re-election. Any politician that would trade the liberties of the people they supposedly represent needs to be handed a tin can, so he has something to occupy him while he is goin’ down the road.

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