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WOW. 360 degrees turn. Justice Roberts weasels and says that the individual mandate is unconstitutional under the commerce clause, but constitutional as a new tax. Obamacare is declared as a new heavy burden tax on your shoulders! Second American revolution is on the way for the states to secede.

Posted on | June 28, 2012 | 22 Comments

This is shocking. SCOTUS originally announces that Obamacare is unconstitutional under Commerce clause but at the end rules that it can be considered constitutional as a new heavy burden, new tax on all of us, even though the feds claimed this is not a new tax.

Globalist CFR, Bilderberg attack continues. Globalists can  attack us with heavy taxes from birth to death till the last penny and the last breath. I predict a new tax tomorrow on the amount of water we drink and the amount of air we breath. Such taxation brought about the revolt against King John in England and subsequently Magna Carta. Lord Denning described Magna Carta as “the greatest constitutional document of all times – the foundation of the freedom of the individual against the arbitrary authority of the despot”. such taxation without any meaningful representation brought about the first American Revolution. Today Roberts  simply decided to push CFR agenda by simply lying and saying that the individual mandate is a tax, even though it was never designated as a tax and we can be heavily taxed on anything.

Such taxation started the American revolution. We have taxation without representation. Heavily rigged elections took all the representation away from us. Judges routinely take away our right for redress of grievances. States 10th amendment rights are taken away. I predict both citizens’ and states’ revolt and states holding referendums to secede from the union. I predict Arizona, Texas, Louisiana being among the first to secede from the United States as we know it and possibly form another union without a heavy burden of taxation, without having to work 5 months of the year to feed the beast: the scoundrels of the Federal Government an their puppet masters in the CFR, Bilderberg group, World Bank, IMF; with meaningful right to protect the borders from illegal invasion, with meaningful right to protect the economy from flood of products coming from slave labor countries, which are destroying domestic jobs.

I suspected that Roberts might pull this and prepared a plan B law suit on Obamacare. You will see it shortly. When people will read it they will be screaming: take this burden off my shoulders or I am ready for a revolt. I will be filing it shortly. I will probably change the court though, different rout.

Meanwhile enjoy an article below on Robert’s fascination on CFR and globalist ‘s end run on our sovereignty and our rights.


FindArticles / New American, The / Oct 3, 2005

The “Roberts Court”: a CFR connection?


Shortly after John Roberts was chosen to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Newsweek published a profile containing passing mention of the appointee’s enthusiasm for “a new book by Richard Haass, a friend who runs the Council on Foreign Relations.”

Haass’s book, entitled The Opportunity, elaborates on a concept expressed in Richard Gardner’s revealing 1974 essay “The Hard Road to World Order,” published in the CFR journal Foreign Affairs. Digested to its essence, the idea is to integrate the world under a single political and economic order through a war of attrition–in Gardner’s infamous formulation, an “end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece.”

“Our policies must recognize that globalization is a reality, not a choice,” asserts Haass in the book that has so enchanted Roberts–who is now a nominee to serve as chief justice following the death of William Rehnquist. In the new order as Haass defines it, “sovereignty is conditional, even contractual, rather than absolute,” subject to revocation by the international community in the case of nations that defy its will.

“The world 35 years from now will be semi-sovereign,” he concludes. “It will reflect the need to adapt legal and political principles to … the most serious challenges.” (Emphasis added.)

During Roberts’ confirmation hearings, a senator should ask the prospective chief justice what role, if any, he would play in helping “adapt” our legal system to the global order described in the manifesto written by his dear friend who heads the CFR.

COPYRIGHT 2005 American Opinion Publishing, Inc.
COPYRIGHT 2008 Gale, Cengage Learning



22 Responses to “WOW. 360 degrees turn. Justice Roberts weasels and says that the individual mandate is unconstitutional under the commerce clause, but constitutional as a new tax. Obamacare is declared as a new heavy burden tax on your shoulders! Second American revolution is on the way for the states to secede.”

  1. Elizabeth
    June 28th, 2012 @ 7:21 am

    Being a crusader for justice,
    I am pondering the consequences
    of Americans en masse refusing to
    buy this health insurance.

    The saying is ‘you can’t squeeze
    blood from a turnip’ therefore,

    the government will hit a
    brick wall in trying to enforce
    their tax mandate for refusal,
    or so it appears to me.

    I, too, foresee a mass revolt
    against this UNCONSTITUTIONAL

    Years ago I saved an article
    regarding this fact.. it is
    not constitutional, despite
    Roberts’ statement.

    I can post it here, if not
    too lengthy.

  2. Elizabeth
    June 28th, 2012 @ 7:25 am

    MJ Martin (2 Jan 2010)

    “Why the Health-Care Bills Are Unconstitutional”

    If the government can mandate the purchase of insurance, it can do anything.


    President Obama’s health-care bill is now moving toward final passage.

    The policy issues may be coming to an end, but the legal issues are certain to continue because key provisions of this dangerous legislation are unconstitutional.

    Legally speaking, this legislation creates a target-rich environment. We will focus on three of its more glaring constitutional defects.

    First, the Constitution does not give Congress the power to require that Americans purchase health insurance. Congress must be able to point to at least one of its powers listed in the Constitution as the basis of any legislation it passes.

    None of those powers justifies the individual insurance mandate. Congress’s powers to tax and spend do not apply because the mandate neither taxes nor spends. The only other option is Congress’s power to regulate interstate commerce.

    Congress has many times stretched this power to the breaking point, exceeding even the expanded version of the commerce power established by the Supreme Court since the Great Depression.

    It is one thing, however, for Congress to regulate economic activity in which individuals choose to engage; it is another to require that individuals engage in such activity.

    That is not a difference in degree, but instead a difference in kind. It is a line that Congress has never crossed and the courts have never sanctioned.

    In fact, the Supreme Court in United States v. Lopez (1995) rejected a version of the commerce power so expansive that it would leave virtually no activities by individuals that Congress could not regulate.

    By requiring Americans to use their own money to purchase a particular good or service, Congress would be doing exactly what the court said it could not do.

    Some have argued that Congress may pass any legislation that it believes will serve the “general welfare.” Those words appear in Article I of the Constitution, but they do not create a free-floating power for Congress simply to go forth and legislate well.

    Rather, the general welfare clause identifies the purpose for which Congress may spend money. The individual mandate tells Americans how they must spend the money Congress has not taken from them and has nothing to do with congressional spending.

    A second constitutional defect of the Reid bill passed in the Senate involves the deals he cut to secure the votes of individual senators.

    Some of those deals do involve spending programs because they waive certain states’ obligation to contribute to the Medicaid program. This selective spending targeted at certain states runs afoul of the general welfare clause. The welfare it serves is instead very specific and has been dubbed “cash for cloture” because it secured the 60 votes the majority needed to end debate and pass this legislation.

    A third constitutional defect in this ObamaCare legislation is its command that states establish such things as benefit exchanges, which will require state legislation and regulations.

    This is not a condition for receiving federal funds, which would still leave some kind of choice to the states. No, this legislation requires states to establish these exchanges or says that the Secretary of Health and Human Services will step in and do it for them. It renders states little more than subdivisions of the federal government.

    This violates the letter, the spirit, and the interpretation of our federal-state form of government. Some may have come to consider federalism an archaic annoyance, perhaps an amusing topic for law-school seminars but certainly not a substantive rule for structuring government.

    But in New York v. United States (1992) and Printz v. United States (1997), the Supreme Court struck down two laws on the grounds that the Constitution forbids the federal government from commandeering any branch of state government to administer a federal program. That is, by drafting and by deliberate design, exactly what this legislation would do.

    The federal government may exercise only the powers granted to it or denied to the states. The states may do everything else. This is why, for example, states may have authority to require individuals to purchase health insurance but the federal government does not. It is also the reason states may require that individuals purchase car insurance before choosing to drive a car, but the federal government may not require all individuals to purchase health insurance.

    This hardly exhausts the list of constitutional problems with this legislation, which would take the federal government into uncharted political and legal territory. Analysts, scholars and litigators are just beginning to examine the issues we have raised and other issues that may well lead to future litigation.

    America’s founders intended the federal government to have limited powers and that the states have an independent sovereign place in our system of government.

    The Obama/Reid/Pelosi legislation to take control of the American health-care system is the most sweeping and intrusive federal program ever devised.

    If the federal government can do this, then it can do anything, and the limits on government power that our liberty requires will be more myth than reality.

  3. Yephora
    June 28th, 2012 @ 7:36 am

    I was sure who Roberts was after he stabbed you in the back last year. Even before that when he ‘accidentally’ screwed up ☭bama’s swearing in – only to hold a second one, privately, with No Press Allowed and No Bible.

    So now our hope rests with… who? Speaker Boneless? Ditch McConnell?? Eric Can’tDo???

    God help us.

  4. anon
    June 28th, 2012 @ 7:52 am

    I knew Roberts was a weasel the second he refused to answer your questions about Barry Soetoro’s identity theft. Just think, these people are supposedly the brightest legal minds in the nation……….we are doomed.

  5. taino21
    June 28th, 2012 @ 7:52 am

    I am a retired military with over 20 1/2 years in service. Vietnam era veteran and veteran of Desert Storm. Let me tell you what will happen to my insurance after the government backtracked and said they could not provide health coverage after they had promised me and millions of other service members they would upon retiring. My tri-care insurance will go up from $240.00 a year to over $2,000.00 a year, so much for promises. I agree with Elizabeth, if the elitist Mr. Roberts will please show me in the constitution where it says that I have to pay insurance for someone else? I new there was something fishy about this guy when they selected him over Hon. Antonin Scalia. The court was willing to take on this case but not on obama’s eligibility? We the people are running out of recourse, and I hope that we won’t have to resort to our right to change government by force, but, it’s coming.

  6. kw
    June 28th, 2012 @ 8:01 am

    The Supreme Court is Constitutionally mandated and its function explicitly recorded. Crafting the people’s laws, policies and procedures is not a function of the SCOTUS. Congress needs to impeach the scoundrels who, indeed, bastardize the law of the land, the Constitution, and if Congress fails to do that, the people and the States are justified to endeavor to reclaim justice and freedom by which ever means necessary. The ballot box had been deemed a viable barometer of the people’s will, however, ballot box stuffing, time and again, has proven to remove honesty from governance. On the other hand, tar and feathers is so uncivilized. Oh my, what to do.

    Hey, all you dummies out there, you get what you deserve. Most of you haven’t a clue about the legal governance of your village, town, city, state and, certainly, your country. You’re lazy and stupid. You want to cure the ills of this country. Kick local law enforcement in the pants by attending city hall meetings demanding the rule of law be strictly enforced. The chain reaction to D.C. will have begun and folks at all levels of government shall be reminded of who they serve and how they shall serve, and the private and public corruption of government shall be ended with heads on a wall of shame. Anything less will cause for a continuation of the status quo with private and public personalities manipulating power positions for the maintenance of the “good life” of luxurious wealth by fettering the general populace with fascism.

  7. bob68
    June 28th, 2012 @ 8:25 am

    I believe Roberts objectivity on anything related to the Obama regime was lost when he swore in, (twice), a known ineligible, unconstitutional candidate as president of the U.S.A.

    He can now be manipulated, (blackmailed), any time the regime so desires. The Obama machine made several public threats against the SCOTUS prior to this ruling and Congress, as usual, yawned.

  8. The Phoenix
    June 28th, 2012 @ 8:28 am

    That’s just G.D. ridiculous!!! Hey, Roberts, you treasonous POS! The catagory is right! It’s going to be a return to (“1776!!”). And now 5 new members of the “Benedict Arnold Brigade” have decided to “FORCE” that sadistic piece of garbage onto the American Public!

    Patriots, is there any further wonderment as to whether we ARE BEING HAD??? The lines have officially been drawn NOW! We can’t trust any of these CFR’s, BB’ers, nwo, or anyone who is involved with this treason!
    Lots more to come from most everyone!!!

  9. RacerJim
    June 28th, 2012 @ 9:18 am

    Civil War II anyone?

  10. Thomas
    June 28th, 2012 @ 9:39 am

    Lock,Load and Keep your Powder Dry…God Help Us.

  11. Mary
    June 28th, 2012 @ 10:19 am

    Do you believe that Jesus is the Son of God and the Messiah, Orly?

  12. queenofshina
    June 28th, 2012 @ 10:48 am

    I agree with Yephora, bob and others that Roberts has allowed himself to be manipulated. IMHO, when Obaaaaaaama flubbed the Oath of Office on Inauguration Day, it was no big deal! People make mistakes all the time! So why wasn’t it repeated then and there, on the spot for all the world to see? Because in the privacy of Roberts’ office, Obama used the Quran (Koran) the following day instead of the Bible. Roberts is complicit with the Marxists…either willingly or because of threats.
    Steve Cooper is right…the next step will be to require a psychological exam for all Christians and/or conservatives as proof of eligibility for gun ownership.

  13. Wayne T Inman
    June 28th, 2012 @ 11:02 am

    George Bush showed his far left side durning his second term as he stabbed those of us who supported him through both terms in the back. He knew exactly what he was appointing to the position of chief justice of the SCOTUS. It seems he was setting up the court to help in the transition to the new world order.
    By ruling the unconstitutional health care bill constitutional by means of taxation, I think the new congress in January of 2013 should start articals of impeachment against the justices that sided with obama on this illegal law.

  14. Yulia Yun
    June 28th, 2012 @ 11:39 am

    make sure you use your weapons only in self defense

  15. WALLYinWV
    June 28th, 2012 @ 11:53 am

    @ RacerJim I’m with you brother.

  16. jim Wilham
    June 28th, 2012 @ 2:56 pm

    Nice job High Court

  17. Stephen T
    June 28th, 2012 @ 5:47 pm

    The revolutionary war was fought over a 2% tax levied on the colonies by the brits.

  18. The Phoenix
    June 28th, 2012 @ 6:52 pm

    I think that Wayne T. Inman has a great idea. If we can get a (R) President, keep the (R) control and elect enough (R)’s in the Senate, then, the nwo will get its worthless butt kicked, “every which way, ‘butt’ loose!!”

    The idea of “impeachment” of the (5) treasonous “pit vipers,” who’s playing with America’s Destiny…has sent up enough “smoke signals” to us, to start doing our job as voters, to keep our Country viable as a Republic!

    And this latest “slight of hand” should tick off everyone, including the Pope!!

  19. taino21
    June 28th, 2012 @ 7:50 pm

    “The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not”. Thomas Jefferson
    “And what country can preserve its liberties, if its rulers are not warned from time to time, that this people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms…The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants”. Thomas Jefferson, Letter to William S. Smith 13 Nov 1887.
    “Don’t interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties”. Abraham Lincoln.
    This country, with its institutions, belong to the people who inhabit it. Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it, or exercise their revolutionary right to overthrow it”. Abraham Lincoln
    “We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution”. Abraham Lincoln
    Yulia, if the time comes and we wait to use our weapons on self defense, it will be too late.

  20. The Phoenix
    June 28th, 2012 @ 8:23 pm

    And another thought: remember how the libs screwed Nixon Nominee, Bork, out of being a conservative justice for the Supreme Court? That was a “bad day” for America!

    Substitute Bork for Roberts and things might have been a lot different??!

  21. JAK
    June 28th, 2012 @ 8:45 pm

    The SCOTUSA has now declared that it is the end game to subjugate the citizenry by any means/declarations that can be drummed up. Surprise, surprise that money and position can do this.

  22. Boo Khaki
    June 29th, 2012 @ 6:09 am


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