He should be, What the chief justice did was to invert the intentions of founding fathers in one of the worst convoluted opinions in the history of the bench. I agree with radio host Mark Levin’s opinion, that Roberts completely misunderstood the complicated tax laws, twisting and bending them all out of shape. In his brief he incoherently refers to the legislation as both a ”tax” and then as not a tax.
As Mark states, Roberts’ unilaterally deeming Obamacare as a tax, something that the congress that passed it (in a total partisan way) rejected it being labeled in that way, nor the president who signed it into law, is highly dubious, if not outright ludicrous. Congress is in the business of passing tax laws, IT’S WHAT IT DOES BEST, but yet, they themselves who crafted it, and deemed it to be a penalty, not a tax, are then corrected by Roberts?
The Supreme Court didn’t even allow for the issue of it being a TAX, to be submitted to the court in the briefings that they heard during those three days when Obama’s top lawyer sputtered and choked during his deliveries. This my friends, is an outrage, and there is no silver lining to it.