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Add the bipartisan leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee to the list of those who want the Supreme Court to break with tradition and allow cameras into the courtroom for the high court's upcoming Obamacare decision.
Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, a Democrat, and Sen. Charles Grassley, the panel's ranking Republican, sent a letter to Chief Justice John Roberts on Monday laying out their request for a few cameras, "placed to be barely noticeable" in the courtroom, to be allowed to broadcast the decision live.
Originally posted by Ahabstar
Personal thought is that the idea with the cameras is to force the Supremes to strike down all of Obamacare. After all, the revolution will not be televised. And more than enough people in this country voiced their opinion of a very strong NO when the House voted on it.
If the Supremes uphold this to be Constitutionally legal. That the Federal government can subject the people to compulsory purchases...I would not want to be anywhere near DC for the foreseeable future. And I sure would not want to hang out with any elected official of any level. because quite simply, the guns will be out.