Breaking: Supreme Court rules against EPA on pollution rules. Ruled 5-4 against EPA pollution rules for power plants. Smog Nazis smacked upside the head.

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whiskeyriver
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whiskeyriver

This is a little bone tossed to us by Roberts, that is all. I imagine all of the pussies on the Potomac are getting all kinds of heat over their “decisions” on Obummercare and gay marriage so a few of them decided they better give the American citizen a little something to cool things down a bit.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Like this is going to stop that butt ugly excuse for a EPA boss and Quagmire from imposing more ridiculous rules.

JPTravis
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Kagan, Sotomayor, Breyer, and Ginsburg, as always a solid voting bloc, were the four votes on the side favoring more government power. Everybody in the world knows how those four are going to vote before a case is even argued. They might as well phone their votes in from their bedrooms because the legal arguments and constitutionality of the issue are irrelevant to them. All that really matters is whether they can convince one of the two morons — Roberts or Kennedy (usually Kennedy) — to side with them and thus carry the day. It’s a sad and truly damaging status quo we have on the Supreme Court.

AZ Dude
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AZ Dude

Ginsburg can’t phone anything in–she’s passed out from too much wine.

poppajoe49
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poppajoe49

That only happens when she has to listen to Obama drone on and on.

Not so silent
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Not so silent

Funniest comment on the thread:

“What if the pollutants are gay”?

stinkfoot
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stinkfoot

Inconvenience for Mr. Phone-and-pen. Any notion that this will stop the anti-capitalism agenda is delusional at best.

Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

Even after two big wins this week, Progressives will now howl and moan about this decision and call for the abolition of the Court.

stinkfoot
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stinkfoot

Perhaps they’ll talk a mean line about impeaching the five votes for the prevailing decision.