Mark Levin has been discussing the disastrous ruling by the Supreme Court on Obamacare and rightly said that Roberts stabbed the four dissenting justices in the back. But it is more than that. He stabbed our entire nation in the back.
He may have changed his vote on the decision at the last moment but I think he actually stabbed Scalia, Thomas, Alito, and Kennedy in the back long ago with ObamaCare and I don't think he did it entirely on his own. I think he consulted with others about how to he should go about doing it.
And those others were not in the Nero Obama regime. They were in the last Bush regime. This horrible decision had its roots in the Bush administrations' last two years in office if not earlier.
The same kind of intimidation which Nero Obama employed during his violent coup in Kenya during late 2008 and early 2009 which resulted in the Bush administration assisting Nero Obama in putting in a position of power in Kenya a ruthless hard-core communist thug whom Nero Obama had backed for president was employed again to achieve the desired result from the US Supreme Court.
Also, many in the Bush administration seem to have something to gain from Obamacare remaining in force. And many of these people have now found their way into the Romney campaign.
So, I believe that someone with the former Bush administration "convinced" Roberts to change his vote or helped him come up with the insane logic he used to rule ObamaCare legal and they didn't mind if Nero Obama took credit for the intimidation since it deflected anyone from associating Bush people with this disastrous, back-stabbing ruling.
Rush Limbaugh needs to seriously consider that Roberts was assisted in his insane decision by members of the Bush administration, perhaps even on behalf of former president Bush.
We are today before the greatest combat that mankind has
ever seen. I do not believe that the Christian community has
completely understood it. We are today before the final
struggle between the Church and the anti-Church, between
the Gospel and the anti-Gospel.
(Karol Cardinal Wojtyla, during 1976 visit to the United States)
[cited on Wall Street Journal editorial page, Nov. 9, 1976, as cited
by George Weigel in Witness To Hope and Fr. Andrew Apostoli
in Fatima For Today on page 218 quoting New York City News]