By Kenneth R. Timmerman
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
For faithful right-wingers, Chief Justice John G. Roberts' switcheroo on Obamacare is basically akin to a romance gone wrong. Yet here's the rub: He isn't going anywhere. The man is 57, has a lifetime appointment and, ironically, a great government health plan. He'll be rocking the black robes for a long, long time to come.
"She'd be a great advice columnist because she's what people who seek advice want," said Florida-based advice columnist April Masini. "They're looking for a strong point of view. They want you to be their moral compass. Palin answers reporter questions because she has to, but really, she'd like to tell the reporters and the rest of us what we should be doing. And eventually, she will."
"If you're considering a Democratic ticket in the November election as a way to show Roberts that nobody messes with you and walks away unscathed, reconsider," she said. "It backfires, and while you may feel good about being an ass — I mean, donkey — you'll ultimately be betraying yourself."