Supreme Court decision on federal hea...

Supreme Court decision on federal health care law could fire up young voters

There are 3 comments on the Cleveland.com story from May 19, 2012, titled Supreme Court decision on federal health care law could fire up young voters. In it, Cleveland.com reports that:

Then, after graduating with a bachelor's degree in education from Ohio University, she'll move back in with her parents in Perry and look for substitute teaching jobs until she finds a long-term position.

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Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#1 May 19, 2012
Hint, give up all hope, ye who enter the dreaded hated dead zone of "The govt job". Toss aside your useless loony lib "credentials". March bold forth to a real job in the real economy. Re-train to a actual productive endeavor in science, engineering. Bachalor degrees in feel-good BS are just a road to welfare. Give it up. Be part of the solution, not the problem

“Lying for the Lord”

Since: May 12

Heartland USA

#2 May 26, 2012
Fox News Poll: More voters prefer Obama to Romney on Supreme Court appointments

A Fox News poll released yesterday finds that voters would rather have President Obama pick the next Supreme Court justice than Republican candidate Mitt Romney by a 46 to 38 percent margin. Last November, Romney promised that, if elected, he would model his Supreme Court nominees after Chief Justice Roberts and Justices Scalia, Thomas and Alito, all of whom voted give wealthy corporations a nearly unlimited power to try to buy elections in Citizens United. By contrast, Justice Sotomayor, who was the only Obama appointee on the Court when Citizens United was decided, dissented from that decision. And Citizens United is far from the only example of a case where all four of Romney’s model justices voted to give corporate interest groups sweeping immunity from the law.
John King US

Carol Stream, IL

#3 May 26, 2012
The Lying Mormon wrote:
Fox News Poll: More voters prefer Obama to Romney on Supreme Court appointments
A Fox News poll released yesterday finds that voters would rather have President Obama pick the next Supreme Court justice than Republican candidate Mitt Romney by a 46 to 38 percent margin. Last November, Romney promised that, if elected, he would model his Supreme Court nominees after Chief Justice Roberts and Justices Scalia, Thomas and Alito, all of whom voted give wealthy corporations a nearly unlimited power to try to buy elections in Citizens United. By contrast, Justice Sotomayor, who was the only Obama appointee on the Court when Citizens United was decided, dissented from that decision. And Citizens United is far from the only example of a case where all four of Romney’s model justices voted to give corporate interest groups sweeping immunity from the law.
wait until June+lie=July 4th to say USlie

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