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When Obama Says Jump, John Roberts Asks, “How High?”
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I am not surprised The Supreme Court once again ruled in favor of Obamacare.

After all, it just about 2 1/2 weeks ago that President Obama declared that the Supreme Court shouldn’t have even taken up King v. Burwell but that if they dared to rule against him it would be “a twisted interpretation” of the law.

SC Chief Justice John Roberts got the message loud and clear. When Obama says jump, Roberts asks, “How high?” So state exchanges are federal exchanges and 2+2=5.

When Russia, China and Iran view President Obama as an inconsequential actor why do Republicans like Roberts, John Boehner and Mitch McConnell shake in their boots when they hear Obama’s voice?

With respect to Roberts, I think he has been spooked since Obama dressed down the Supremes over Citizens United in 2010 while Samuel Alito nodded no. 

One can only wonder what the present state of Obamacare would be had Chief Justice Rehnquist lived just a little bit longer and President Bush had appointed Alito to be Chief Justice instead.

 

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