Jun 26, 2015

Robed Houdinis: How the Supreme Court Is Destroying America | PJ Tatler

Shortly after the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the text of the ObamaCare law didn't really matter and that it means whatever the anti-constitutionalists want it to mean, senator Ted Cruz made an epic speech on the Senate floor in which he blasted these 'robed Houdinis.''Today's decision in King v. Burwell,' Cruz said, 'is judicial activism. For the second time in just a few...

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