That’s not the first time I disagreed with a Supreme Court decision. Probably won’t be the last.
It is a good reminder me that you can’t count on a small group of folks — no matter who they are — to agree with you. Just ask those who felt the Supreme Court put Bush in power in 2000.
And, after all, they don’t even agree with each other. It was a 5-4 decision. That means 4 Supreme Court justices disagreed with 5 other Supreme Court justices.
I found something a bit humorous while listening to the radio on the way home from work. Several news outlets were featuring folks who were elated by the Supreme Court decision. Several said that they now would be able to afford health insurance.
There’s an old saying in poker, if you don’t know who the patsy is, you’re the patsy.
These folks are the patsies. They currently choose not to buy health insurance. They will soon face a $2,000 fine for making that same choice. Congratulations to them.
It’s as if while cheering a decision upholding someone’s right to slap you, they proceed to slap you. You get a stunned look on your face, then realize, that’s exactly what you were cheering for a second ago, so you raise your hands and cheer again. Hooray! Then they slap you again.
As far as John Roberts goes, perhaps he took the Intrade odds, got rich and figured if the American people really don’t want it, they’ll vote in November.