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    I don't watch Maddow, although she was on Stern yesterday, I am commenting on his actual questions over the years. As a person he would be great to have a beer with.


    [QUOTE=PatriotReign;4421726]Oh please, if you require internet links because you have no idea that MSNBC is as far left as Fox is far right I can't help you.:rolleyes:

    Once again, you are correct that Scalia, Roberts, Thomas et al philosophy fits right in with Fox but you are either in denial or a shameless hypocrite if you think Ginsburg, Sotomyer, et al philosophy would be just as warmly embraced at MSNBC.

    Watch Rachel Maddow during her coverage of this issue; her critiques of Scalia will be as blistering as Hannity's voice is supportive. Whatever the SC decsion regarding universal health care the MSNBC fawning will be lockstep supportive of the Liberal SCJ's just as Fox's will be about the conservative SCJ's.[/QUOTE]

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    [QUOTE=PatriotReign;4421726]Oh please, if you require internet links because you have no idea that MSNBC is as far left as Fox is far right I can't help you.:rolleyes:

    Once again, you are correct that Scalia, Roberts, Thomas et al philosophy fits right in with Fox but you are either in denial or a shameless hypocrite if you think Ginsburg, Sotomyer, et al philosophy would be just as warmly embraced at MSNBC.

    Watch Rachel Maddow during her coverage of this issue; her critiques of Scalia will be as blistering as Hannity's voice is supportive. Whatever the SC decsion regarding universal health care the MSNBC fawning will be lockstep supportive of the Liberal SCJ's just as Fox's will be about the conservative SCJ's.[/QUOTE]

    I really think this will come out as a 6-3 decision. The justices are not fans of the way the court is viewed and will likely work hard to craft an opinion that more than a bare majority sign on to.

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    [QUOTE=doggin94it;4421774]I really think this will come out as a 6-3 decision. The justices are not fans of the way the court is viewed and will likely work hard to craft an opinion that more than a bare majority sign on to.[/QUOTE]

    which way? ;)

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    [QUOTE=JetPotato;4421705]FoxNews is the ruling class? The GOP is? Logic breakdown.



    [I]"People get the democracy they deserve" [/I]- Alex de Tocqueville[/QUOTE]

    not sure where the logic breakdown is for you; Corporate America is the dominate class and Rupert has given them their personal forum to shape public opinion.

    As for your quote, I agree 100%

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    [QUOTE=intelligentjetsfan;4421856]Corporate America is the dominate class and Rupert has given them their personal forum to shape public opinion.
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    You seem to actually get about half of the story

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    Yup and the left-wing propagandists/B. Hussein cheerleaders Disney, CBS, Comcast, GE, NYT, Bloomberg, Cablevision, Gannett, Microsoft et al are NOT Corporate America ...got it!

    The SG was so lame Ruth Buzzi Ginsberg and It's Pat Kagan had to speak for him, and libs are crying about Scalia. :dizzy:
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    [QUOTE=cr726;4421459]Please feel free to document it.[/QUOTE]

    I would only have to do that for the idiots who haven't been paying attention for the past 50 years.

    So, no.

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    [QUOTE=shakin318;4422143]I would only have to do that for the idiots who haven't been paying attention for the past 50 years.

    So, no.[/QUOTE]

    Really?

    [QUOTE]When looking at the modern Court (from 1953 to 2003), we see that there is considerable variation in the data, with approximately a third of the votes over the past 50 years reflecting unanimity. Categorically, over the 50 years, three Chief Justiceships, and over 12,000 cases reviewed, we find that the United States Supreme Court voted unanimously 4,830 times[/QUOTE]

    [url]http://www.bsos.umd.edu/gvpt/apworkshop/kaminski-shaffer.pdf[/url]

    2006:

    [QUOTE]At a graduation speech this week, Chief Justice John Roberts extolled the virtues of unanimous Supreme Court opinions -- which, under Roberts's leadership, the Justices have produced at a surprising rate this term.

    The numbers speak for themselves. This term, of the 44 cases decided as of last week, the justices disposed of 29 in unanimous opinions. At the same time last year, unanimous decisions numbered only 17.
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    [url]http://writ.news.findlaw.com/lazarus/20060525.html[/url]

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    [QUOTE=chiefst2000;4421697]Most Liberals consider the Constitution an outdated and irrelevant relic. Same as what they think about the Bible.[/QUOTE]

    And that right there is the point. It comes down to strict constructionalism vs. the concept of a "living constitution." The former honors and abides by the constitution; the latter uses it as a doormat, and is practiced by liberal justices determined to legislate from the bench.

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    Yes but the Constitution does allow for change.

    Some people want to follow a strict interpretation while others view it as a guide. Kind of like the Bible.

    I think the problem is that some justices are activists which should never be the case for any jurist let alone a SCJ.
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    [QUOTE=DDNYjets;4422210]Yes but the Constitution does allow for change.

    Some people want to follow a strict interpretation while others view it as a guide. Kind of like the Bible.[/QUOTE]

    And we're off! :D

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    [QUOTE=DDNYjets;4422210]Yes but the Constitution does allow for change.

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    By the legislature and states, Not by the judiciary.

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    [QUOTE=shakin318;4422219]By the legislature and states, Not by the judiciary.[/QUOTE]

    I agree.

    The problem is that the checks and balances are not balanced. I think everyone can agree that the judicial branch is the most powerful. And they know this and abuse it.

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    [QUOTE=DDNYjets;4422226]I agree.

    The problem is that the checks and balances are not balanced. I think everyone can agree that the judicial branch is the most powerful. And they know this and abuse it.[/QUOTE]

    Checks and balances are pretty much out the window. But I'm not so sure the judiciary is the most powerful, what with the way Obama is running wild and exceeding his constitutional powers. Too bad no one on the legislature has the balls to call him out for it.

    Every branch of the government is a pitiful mess these days. I guess this is part of the "fundamental transformation of America" promised by the messiah

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    [QUOTE=shakin318;4422238]Checks and balances are pretty much out the window. But I'm not so sure the judiciary is the most powerful, what with the way Obama is running wild and exceeding his constitutional powers. Too bad no one on the legislature has the balls to call him out for it.

    Every branch of the government is a pitiful mess these days. I guess this is part of the "fundamental transformation of America" promised by the messiah[/QUOTE]

    Once again you love to make sweeping generalizations without any facts. You were already dead wrong about your SC post, maybe you can actually document these generalizations?

    I'm sure Frequency has some Moonbatttery.com stuff for you. :zzz:

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    Elena Keagan should be cleaning toilets, how hell is she on the Supreme Court is beyond belief. What is wrong with throwing at throwing millions of dollars for health care. Well dunce there is a fine(tax) attached to the money.
    A complete bonehead and did Ginsgurg make any arguments or did she sleep thru the proceedings. The President picked some real winners! I predict a 6-3 decision against Obamacare. One could blame Keagan for her influence on the writing of the bill!

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    something makes me think people don't really know anything about The Supreme Court and its history....


    not sure where I am getting that from....

    a lot of stuff here in this area....

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    [QUOTE=shakin318;4422219]By the legislature and states, Not by the judiciary.[/QUOTE]

    So are you complaining about the Affordable healthcare because it wasn't done by the Legislature?

    Have you noticed you haven't had a valid point yet in this thread?

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    Keagan is a moron what is wrong with throwing millions of dollars to the states. Why because there are strings attached. Like fines aka taxes. It is illegal to mandate AKA force someone to buy something they don't want!

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    [QUOTE=Jungle Shift Jet;4422092]Ruth Buzzi Ginsberg [/QUOTE]

    :rotfl:

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