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Dear Supreme Court Justices

Dear Supreme Court Justices

Please read this bumper sticker before rendering your decision.

From Linda, taken at the Riverwood mansion, Nashville, on June 23:

“The right to be left alone—the most comprehensive of rights, and the right most valued by a free people.”— Louis Brandeis, dissenting, OLMSTEAD v. U.S., 277 U.S. 438 (1928).  It shouldn’t just apply to criminal defendants.


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Perfect way to start this day 🙂

Having to count on Anthony Kennedy to save our country makes me feel sick. Further, counting on Mitt Romney, John Boehner and Mitch McConnell as a backstop only makes the feeling worse.

DavidJackSmith | June 28, 2012 at 7:38 am

Contrary to liberal DOGMA, anything less than a complete victory for the opponents of Obamacare today will be the supreme proof of a POLITICAL activist decision.

How could this not be so, given the evisceration of the Obama team over 3 days of argument, even from their so-called friends on the bench.

It is already Kafkaesque for the expected Ginsberg vote to uphold as this will be based on nothing but her statist preferences, but from the likes of Roberts?

[…] Prediction: Logic tells us that the Supreme Court will strike down the Obama Health Scam root and branch. But anything is possible. We certainly would not listen to the idiocy from Laurence Tribe: I think my former student, John Roberts, will vote to uphold ObamaCare. Clearly Chief Justice John Roberts has not exactly been a protege of Tribe. So, ignore Tribe. Listen to the war drums coming from the Teepees of the opposition to Obama. […]

Morning folks… Can tell you there are quite a few expats in Korea staying up late… Waiting. Should have been in bed an hour ago, still one more hour to wait.

DocWahala…either way, the fight is not over!!

Highlight that quote and right click search google and LI comes up third… wow!
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Here is the issue for me. I like being responsible for myself, not for the bad habits or misfortunes of others. “If I end up bankrupt or dead, it is on me, not someone else. I can accept that. Please don’t burden me with your problems. I have enough of my own, and BTW, I don’t need your help because I know it is not your problem, it is mine.” I guess it is that simple. Some of the changes are good, many are bad. I have always been an incrementalist. Most of the bad feelings on both sides could have been eliminated by an incrementalist approach to the problem.

I add to the thought of the bumber sticker:

. . . and, I very much would like for my ancestors to have them as well.