Mitch McConnell was in Lexington yesterday — weird, so was Clarence Thomas! — and explained to the Rotary Club that the Supreme Court Justices are weak-minded individuals who’s entire understanding of the law can be swayed by one innocuous word.
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U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell said Thursday that President Barack Obama’s statement that it would be unprecedented for the Supreme Court to strike down Obama’s signature health care law was meant to “intimidate” the court and should be “intolerable” to all Americans.buy ambien online without prescription
The Republican Senate minority leader said in Lexington that Obama’s statements Monday — which Obama has since tried to soften — are part of the administration’s pattern of trying to “delegitimize” the Supreme Court and weaken its independence. McConnell called on Obama to respect the independence of the court and “back off.”valium online without prescription
“With his words, he was no longer trying to embarrass the court after a decision; rather, he tried to intimidate it before a decision has been made. And that should be intolerable to all of us,” McConnell said.
Not that President Obama is trying to “delegitimize” the Supreme Court (although that is terrifying) but that President Obama is so freaking powerful he can “intimidate” nine prima-donna Justices who hold their positions for life.buy tramadol online
I mean, Obama’s gotta to be unstoppably powerful if he’s able to do that, right? Scary.buy soma without prescription
Or… not scary at all. Mitch McConnell’s premise is preposterous. And, surprise!, it’s hypocritical.adderall online without prescription
Via Joe, Steve Brenen writes:
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High-profile GOP figures, including President George W. Bush, have used far stronger language to condemn the judiciary than anything Obama has even hinted at.klonopin online pharmacy
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Indeed, in his second term, Bush characterized what he perceived as liberal judicial activism as “a threat to our democracy — and it needs to stop.” In the same speech, the Republican president was warning against “tyranny.” Was this a threat? Did it cause Republicans everywhere to whine incessantly about the White House trying to “intimidate” jurists?buy xanax online
Throughout the Bush era, Republican leaders threatened to undermine the power of the federal courts. In one jarring instance, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) went so far as to say judges who are the victims of violence may bring the attacks onto themselves with liberal rulings.buy valium online
If McConnell found his own colleague’s remarks troubling, he kept it to himself.