It is possible and even probable that the next President of the United States of America will be able to shape our country for the next 50 years or more. The reason for this is that we have a rapidly aging Supreme Court and there is a better than even chance that as many as four justices will retire or otherwise step down from the bench. For a president to have a chance to appoint such a significant number of justices is a historical opportunity one that would shape America for many decades and possibly for the entire century.
We’ve all seen the tremendous damage that a traitorous justice can inflict on our country. The latest and most egregious betrayal of our freedom and liberty came just recently from the infamous justice John Roberts.
As you all know Justice John Roberts dealt the most sever blow to out freedom when he himself changed the actual wording of Obamacare and single handed decided that in spite of the explicit language of the written law as was passed by Congress, Obamacare was in fact a “tax”…Again as decreed by his highness Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.
Ted Cruz and John Roberts go way back
As a young lawyer Ted Cruz used to emulate John Robert’s argument style and far back as when he was a young clerk for Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Ted Cruz was star struck champion of John Roberts, declaring “that John Roberts was the best Supreme Court advocate in the nation.”
In late 2000 as a domestic policy adviser to the Bush administration, Ted Cruz, brought in John Roberts to help litigate Bush vs. Gore. The two became friends after that and Ted Cruz, lobbying for his friend, wrote the National Review “As an individual, John Roberts is undoubtedly a principled conservative, as is the president who appointed him.”
Lately as a presidential candidate Ted Cruz has been bashing his “friend for 20 years” Justice John Roberts and says he regrets supporting him for the Supreme Court. The problem is that that is evidently the pattern with Ted Cruz. Whenever he had to make a decision or cast a vote he made the wrong choice and then regretted it when it was too late.
Ted Cruz regrets supporting John Roberts and thus making Americans subject to the tyranny of dictatorial healthcare. Ted Cruz regrets not disclosing two special loans he got from Goldman Sachs that are generally not available to the general public. Ted Cruz regrets not giving up his Canadian citizenship as he served as US Senator. Ted Cruz regrets flipping his vote on Farm Insurance. Ted Cruz regrets lobbying for Obamatrade and giving up our country’s sovereignty to other nations. Evidently Teds Cruz is the candidate of regrets and we will regret voting for him .
Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/214989/right-stuff-ted-cruz