Another voice on the King V Burwell SCOTUS issues

Here’s a well informed guy from the Texas Public Policy Foundation, and his essay is a fine one.

Hard to deal with, since, as a lawyer, I am convinced that the majority in this opinion violated their oath to uphold the constitution for personal ambition and social/political reasons.

Professionals are supposed to act ethically and competently in spite of personal ambitions and the influences exerted–John Roberts shamed his parents. Anthony Kennedy has been despicable for a long time–proof that pinheads just can’t make sense sometimes.

http://www.texaspolicy.com/blog/detail/king-v-burwell-and-the-triumph-of-the-administrative-state?mc_cid=1242bb8e9d&mc_eid=3df71bf1fa

I reference some previous info on judges as tyrants with legislative agendas, leaning on the advice i read from my two favorite con law lawyers/professors, Lino Graglia of Texas and Robert Nagel of Colorado.

http://junkscience.com/2015/04/05/why-are-judges-natural-born-intellectual-tyrants/

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