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Always the Kelly file -- once again -- Megan and on March when he six you accurately predicted what the Supreme Court would do.
About the vote against gay marriage in California.
Really think -- they're gonna dodge -- on procedural grounds they have a couple of ways to get out of deciding on the merits.
By saying -- you didn't have standing you people who are challenging the lower court ruling in favor of gay marriage you don't have standing to bring this case.
Or be you know we never should have taken his case that we're -- -- that's gonna cause a lot of I probably gonna dodge.
So incredibly you -- and amazingly.
You really get it even a broken clock.
That's a -- they found.
Well I mean it's not really they invalidated a vote that was legally taken half.
The absurdity of you don't have a right to challenge who's gonna challenge of the state of California and the -- the vote that there is an answer to the next.
Sir you're actually -- because it leads went on here that again you're absolutely and you -- -- hear it everywhere -- since you get ish out out of my correctness.
But no it's true because it -- In the hands of the state executive did the ultimate decision to decide whether a lot of -- a lot of guys right.
So anybody who voted for traditional marriage mom doesn't have any right to.
Petition that their vote right now you better -- hurt traditional marriage or whatever you favor and then you also better -- you get the right guy very rather light attorney general.
Because you don't try to have a veto right you know if -- -- it it pains me to say this because I love this country but the Supreme Court.
Is a political accusation no longer looking out for the folks of the constitution.
In my humble opinion.
-- let's go to whether they are good let's go to Nebraska Fremont.
-- -- the lieutenant and they vote.
The folks in Fremont and say look.
We don't want illegal aliens having the right to rent rooms you have to produce.
Evidenced the -- American citizens to live in Fremont say that has been upheld by a federal court that threat by the eighth Circuit Court of Appeals which is you know above the federal trial court level it's basically one level down from the US Supreme Court so it's -- major ruling.
And what the court said was look.
This is not an interference with the Fed's ability to regulate in immigration which is what the ACLU was -- they were saying.
You can't have these local ordinances saying you can't rent apartments if you're an illegal alien or you can't.
Yet he's got the Fed's Q did you make even a little marriage illegal aliens for being in Fremont and it's effectively get a lead lead to them leaving Fremont and that is a decision that that's -- -- the feds not to -- much -- And this guy this three judge panel which is split that -- you need to do one -- -- that Fremont voters have a right.
To have a law that says you have to -- -- American citizen for writing and it's not describe to guarantee you that the ACLU appeals it up.
The Supreme Court will do exactly the same thing.
They will find a loophole right to nullify the vote while they might very well and -- we saw something similar in the Arizona immigration -- -- They must find the what are you went wherever you can predict how the Supreme Court is gonna rule.
Can't make an educated guess that's what is that.
Does -- mean that they are a political -- don't know you know me you know and ideological bad -- and then on finances at a Krauthammer who's coming up behind them this make.
You covered the Supreme Court and I've always had the utmost respect for the court except for the Dred Scott decision in a few of those things in the -- years which were awful.
I didn't like -- -- raid because it was another loophole privacy.
Had nothing to do with the constitution but right now aren't you Kahane worried.
That the nations fail safe which is what the Supreme Court is that keeps control over congress and the president is -- Now.
Gone away from that and is into politics.
And finding a way to justify.
The -- politically I don't believe that there into politics as they just and you Robert stinnett with a -- out here and I have been -- artists for years no listen what Robertson with -- obamacare was wrong because he said would he was getting confirmed these little -- like what he said -- -- -- gonna -- look balls -- strikes on the umpire but what he did unlike the other eight justices on the court was.
He saw ball and he called a strike.
Now that's not what we put them on the high courses you know this is look he you know -- want to protect the reputation -- that's not what he's therefore.
But the other judges can -- the other just say why you're just really well on their ideology bill not -- -- it's not the same to say it's political not all the way down the line each -- they they come up with the -- political belief and now try to find I don't have I don't agree with that one side believes a living breathing constitution and the other side does not at least to some very split 54 decision okay.
But here's why you're wrong about Roberts Roberts as much smarter than you were giving him credit for he didn't call a strike a ball he knew it was a ball.
But he wanted to pass Obama care.
John Roberts as an American I don't know why the past I bought that and found a way to do that for one is a conservative -- -- -- and I don't think no I covered his Supreme Court confirmation hearings wall to wall I've read virtually everything the guy ever read.
He is a conservative man.
But that's a relevant -- -- -- can -- gonna Supreme Court whether conservative or liberal he's supposed to vote according to his conscience.
And what he reportedly did was -- with.
The liberals to uphold obamacare because he wanted to protect the reputation and integrity of the High Court.
That's not his job even as the that's right at this time as I say the -- -- you are.
Agreeing on the liberals saw a strike and called the strike the conservatives -- Balkans and called the ball and are actually -- -- that where you are and I agreeing on Roberts all right he wasn't looking out for the constitution.
He was looking out for his interest right.
Which was protecting the supreme which is not what -- we put them -- -- -- so tell.
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