Judge Napolitano: Quote of the Week

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Go, Judge, go! I love this man’s fiery passion and unabashed assaults on the criminal state. From a Newsmax article on the unconstitutionality of Obamacare:

The judge also says he would rate President Obama as one of the worst presidents in terms of obedience to constitutional limitations.

“I believe we have a one party system in this country, called the big-government party,” Napolitano says. “There is a Republican branch that likes war and deficits and assaulting civil liberties. There is a Democratic branch that likes welfare and taxes and assaulting commercial liberties.

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3 Responses to Judge Napolitano: Quote of the Week

  1. Don Matesz says:

    March 27th, 2010 at 9:23 pm

    I sure hope that judge Napolitano proves correct re. the health care plan. I will certainly celebrate when/if the SCOTUS trashes all the portions he refers to.

  2. Michael says:

    March 28th, 2010 at 10:53 pm

    I got to buy this guy’s latest book. I recently read “Sheep” and it was a good one.

    Judge Napolitano and John Stossel are the two reasons I tune to Fox News. Otherwise, that media outlet is just a mouthpiece for neocons like Romney, McCain and McConnell.

  3. Iluvatar says:

    March 30th, 2010 at 1:11 pm

    I hope state nullification works -or- the 13+ states attorneys general’s law suit.

    Napolitano’s book on the role of the judicial branch in ignoring the constitution was great.

    It’s why I support a re-ratification of the Constitution. Get rid of the “common welfare” dangle clause, the commerce clause (regulate meant to make regular). And get rid of the judicial branch. The “balance of power” of the judicial branch is a fiction.

    Want a real balance of power? Have the states take over the role of the judical branch. All you need is ~10 states to dissent and the law is declared unconstitutional. It would put a choke chain on the Federal government.

    `Bout time…

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