Last week President Obama insinuated that the Supreme Court did not have the authority to strike down his healthcare law as unconstitutional. Clearly a lawyer should know that in the history of the Supreme Court more than 150 Congressional Acts have been declared unconstitutional. What possible motives could Obama have for denying the authority of the Supreme Court? An excellent article from the Center for Vision and Values addresses the authority and history of the Supreme Court.
" President Obama recently complained about the possibility of the Supreme Court striking down Obamacare. He used the term “unprecedented” and was critical of “judicial activism” engaged in by “unelected” judges. In so doing, he showed his monumental misunderstanding of American government, which should be of concern to every American who values constitutional government." Visit: Obama’s Monumental Misunderstanding | Center for Vision and Values - A conservative think tank promoting truth and liberty through a vision of faith and freedom.: