Conservatives are feeling a bit betrayed by Chief Justice John Roberts as a result of his ruling that ObamaCare is constitutional if it is implemented as a tax.
Lol RT @ishapiro: Hey John Roberts / This is crazy / Here's the Constitution / Rethink maybe?
— AC Slater (@acompton_) June 30, 2012
PERHAPS JOHN ROBERTS WILL AWAKEN FROM HIS STUPOR AND SAY, "WHAT WAS I THINKING!"
— john doe (@MyFavoriteBeach) June 30, 2012
Point being in tweets we have a long history even n SCOTUS John Roberts was wrong & tax is a violation of freedom guaranteed by Constitution
— Scott Denard (@LSDsr) June 30, 2012
And….. Single handedly John Roberts brings our country to ruin
— AJ Meredith (@ajmeredith) June 30, 2012
Some have even called for his resignation.
— Shell (@mshell_hughes) June 30, 2012
I bet there are four justices silently questioning whether John Roberts should resign. Can't bring myself to call him Chief Justice anymore
— the Duke (@conserv_voices) June 30, 2012
Meanwhile, liberals are hailing Roberts as “noble” and “brave” for breaking from “bitter partisanship” (otherwise known as the Constitution) to make this ruling possible.
@SenRandPaul John Roberts did what was right and placed the American law above politics.ACA now law.Thank you John Roberts.
— PrinceReebus (@princereebus) June 30, 2012
HIstory will not remember Rush Limbaugh as there have always been bigoted loudmouths in society. History WILL remember John Roberts for #ACA
— Jonathan Jewel (@JonathanJewel) June 30, 2012
@middlemom To Liberals, John Roberts is Abraham Lincoln. To conservatives, he's Benedict Arnold.
— Sam Thiessen (@SamThiessen) June 30, 2012
I wanna thank Bush for appointing John Roberts. Your idiocy finally has a positive side to it.
— Hovis Gawd (@Top3Leo) June 30, 2012
I don't get all the speculation about John Roberts. He is RWer who simply didn't want his Court to go down in history as lawless and stupid.
— Chernynkaya (@Chernynkaya) June 30, 2012
Thank you, Chief Justice John Roberts, for standing on the side of the American uninsured. You are a very brave & noble man.
— April Kolin (@Finch_McLovin) June 28, 2012