Today a federal judge has ruled that ObamaCare is unconstitutional. Kelly Kennedy and Joan Biskupic (USA Today) report:
"We don't believe this kind of judicial activism will be upheld and we are confident that the (law) will ultimately be declared constitutional by the courts," wrote Stephanie Cutter, deputy senior adviser to President Obama, on the White House blog.Excuse me? That is the White House website and we pay for it just as we pay Ms. Cutter's salary. We do not need the White House sneering "judicial activisim."
What was that grand standing in Tuscon that President Obama was doing earlier this month? I thought he was calling for greater civility.
I would love to know how Ms. Cutter disagreeing with a judicial decision and taking to the White House blog to slam it as "judicial activism" increases civility?
This is becoming a pattern with this administration.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for today: