Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Glimmers of Hope

Finally the Supreme Court might consider the constitutionality of Obama's edicts regarding Chrysler. Conservatives can thank Ruth Bader Ginsberg for the order to at least temporarily stay the bankruptcy and merger with Fiat. There is hope that all nine justices will study the case. Probably the decision will be made by the end of June when the Court recesses. Read more about it in American Thinker.

Secondly, on the international front, apparently many have rejected continuing the imposition of the state into personal affairs. The people chose conservative candidates and conservative financial policies over more radical ones in most situations. It was a vote of no confidence by people who are living in social welfare state similar to where the US is currently headed. Will Washington learn from this and slow down their unworkable utopian plans?

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