Thursday, June 25, 2015

Supreme Court Rewrites Obama Care Legislation, Destroys the Consitution and Rule Of Law In the Process

Democracy in America died today when the Supreme Court ruled that although an existing  law explicitly states something cannot be done, the executive branch can act like it can be done without first obtaining Congressional approval. Today the Supreme Court decided that it somehow had the authority to rewrite current law without the approval of the Congressional or Executive branches of government, a clear violation of the Constitution. 

So in the future, when a future President unilaterally decides that an unborn child takes precedent over that silly Roe vs. Wade decision or unilaterally decides that “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” needs to be reinstated or unilaterally decides that the  Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act are too old to be relevant anymore, understand that the path for these unilateral actions was forged today when the Supreme Court, in concert with the present administration, arbitrarily changed standing law without input from the people or their elected representatives. In the process, this country’s  rule of law and the Constitutional separation of powers has been crushed. 

As Judge Scalia wrote in the dissenting opinion, “Words no longer have meaning if an Exchange that is not established by a State is ‘established by the State.’” Or to put it in Orwellian terms, we have fallen down the rabbit hole of Big Brother where, “War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength.” God help us.

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