Scolded

Scolded


“While Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. made the Obama administration’s case for the constitutionality of the individual mandate in the health care law Tuesday, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia interrupted and lectured Verrilli about American consumers, saying “These people [are] not stupid.”

Justice Elena Kagan, a former solicitor general appointed by President Obama to the high court, sided with Verrilli in arguing that young people should be required by the federal government to purchase health insurance because others will subsidize their health care in the future.”

Looks like the United States Supreme Court justices were not all that crazy about some of the presentation by the Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. and Justice Scalia was right in “scolding” him.

With MANY THANKS To Both Nicholas Ballasy And The Daily Caller. Read More Here:“Justice Scalia Scolds Obama Solicitor General [AUDIO]”

photograph of the justices, cropped to show Ju...
photograph of the justices, cropped to show Justice Scalia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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