Priorities

You’ll hear a lot today about how the Court wisely realized that it wasn’t their place to throw away laws properly instituted by Congress, and how they would be an activist court if they do that, and all sorts of hoo-rah to gloss over the fact that the SCOTUS just raped the Commerce Clause and left it for dead.

Of course, you won’t hear any of that nonsense about how the the court threw out an entire law to make it legal to lie about having been awarded the highest military honors in our land and drag down the reputations of the men who actually did honorable and valorous acts.

Preventing the government from taking control over your body?  Activism from the bench.  Allowing leftists to lie about the military?  Well… someone’s got to do it.

2 Comments

  1. Get the lying bastards with fraud. Go after them. Hard.

    Of course, this tells me that my gut to never ever give anything to any group I don’t know personally should all but harden into an unbending personal law.

  2. Mexigogue says:

    As a highly decorated Civil War veteran (I fought for and received awards by both sides), I’m highly offended that Ricky Rubio might leave the Minnesota Timberwolves to run for vice president.