In response to the President’s recent remarks attempting to intimidate the Supreme Court into ruling in favor of his signature health care legislation, Judge Andrew Napolitano said he was “astounded” by Obama’s “lack of a sense of decency.”
Following President Obama’s controversial remarks at the G-7 Summit in which he lectured the Supreme Court over how they should rule in the upcoming ObamaCare lawsuit, on Monday’s The Kelly File, Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Andrew Napolitano took him to task for trying to “intimidate them” and rule in his favor.
After she played a clip of Obama’s comments, Fox News’ Judge Andrew Napolitano admitted he was “astounded by his lack of a sense of decency and a sense of comity…. there are equal branches of the government. He’s one branch, the Supreme Court is the other.”
Host Megyn Kelly added that Obama “loves to try to bully” the Supreme Court. Napolitano concurred, adding it was “totally inappropriate for the president to do that.”
“He should have said the case is before the court and however the court rules, I will abide by that ruling,” Napolitano added.
That of course, would assume the President is a big fan of following laws in the first place, which we all know isn’t the case. See Fast and Furious, the IRS cover up, violations of religious freedom, violations of the First Amendment, violations of the Second Amendment, the Defense of Marriage Act, and immigration, to name a very few.
Comment: Will Obama simply agree to follow the Supreme Court ruling, or will he continue to ignore laws he does not agree with? Make your predictions below.