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BOOM! Ted Cruz Just DESTROYED Judges For This Lawless Obamacare Decision!

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Republican Presidential candidate, Ted Cruz, lent voice to what many Americans feel about the Supreme Court’s recent Obamacare ruling, blasting “rogue justices” for upholding the policies of a “lawless” administration, adding that they too, have become “lawless.”

Cruz said that if the justices – who have twice now interpreted the law in such a manner as to uphold it at all costs – would like to engage in activism, they should “resign and run for office.”

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Via the Washington Times:

Speaking on the Senate floor, the Texas Republican and 2016 GOP presidential candidate said that if the “justices want to become legislators, I invite them to resign and run for office.”

The remarks came shortly after the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that the Obama administration is lawfully doling out Obamacare’s subsidies in dozens of states despite contested language in the law that sparked a legal battle with major political and economic ramifications.

“The Supreme Court willfully ignored the words that Congress wrote, and instead read into the law their preferred policy outcome,” Mr. Cruz said. “These judges have joined with President Obama in harming millions of Americans.”

Cruz then went on to use a baseball analogy, saying the Supreme Court justices are no longer acting as impartial individuals upholding the rules, rather, they’ve chosen sides.

“These justices are not behaving as umpires calling balls and strikes,” Cruz said. “They have joined a team, and it’s a team that is hurting Americans across this country.”

Cruz called today’s Obamacare ruling a “disgrace.”

Comment – Share your thoughts on today’s ruling in favor of Obamacare subsidies. Has the Supreme Court simply become another arm of the Obama administration?

 

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7 Comments

  1. Steven says:

    Like most everything out of this man’s mouth, that was a giant steaming pantload. How can anyone believe he has principles when he makes absolutely no effort to be logically consistent or intellectually honest? He’s impossible to respect.

  2. Sharon says:

    SCOTUS did their job — just like when they adjudicated Loving vs. Virginia and the 14th Amendment. EQUAL RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW. Our country is not a christian country, and our forefathers made sure of that. Laws should not be based on the bible – one that you pseudo christians choose to cherry pick what suits your narrowminded bigoted ways. Hateful is who you are, and Jesus would definitely not be on your side were he here today. It is offensive to think that so-called Americans refuse to know their own history, but instead live in the dark ages….

  3. Stupidasole says:

    So Mr. Cruz you dolt, where was this outrage when MILLIONS of Americans were against citizen united knowing full well it was a license for the rich to buy elections, oh that’s right it was to your benefit so sshhh, why must you whine when you lose, oh and you mention how it hurts millions well guess what it also helps millions

  4. Linda says:

    Mr. Cruz, with this one statement…..I now know whom I going cast my vote for…..YOU!

  5. David says:

    My respect for Ted Cruz just went up a notch. Clearly the SCOTUS did not rule based on law but on politics. There is no legal justification for this ruling.

    1. Steven says:

      Please. You obviously know nothing about the law. To accept the argument of the plaintiffs in king v burwell the court would have had to disregard the tenets of statutory interpretation they’ve been operating under for 200 years. Just like Cruz, it’s politics when you don’t like it and wisdom when you do. You’re a dink.

  6. Sandra says:

    Our nation took a wrong turn back in the 60’s when we forgot the meaning of the word liberty.Liberty isn’t the freedom to do what ever you want. That is Licentiousness. Liberty is the freedom to do only the good. Licentiousness is the freedom to do that which is evil. That is why we have laws lest we become a lawless society. Our constitution wasn’t written to guarantee licentiousness but liberty. Free speech wasn’t written to guarantee people freedom to use all manor of profanity, vulgarity or violence. It was written to guarantee people the freedom to voice their opinion. For the sake of tolerance and a fear of being judgmental, we have blinded ourselves to the fact that there is good and there is evil and have become a nation of licentiousness instead of a nation of liberty.

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