Justice Thomas: Would Anyone Like Tea? - Page 2
You know Romney was right--the rich, wealthy, elitist are people too. But the question is not so much are they people; but rather are they people who can relate to and understand the plight of 90% of the country who are not wealthy, well-off and well-to-do. If only 20% of the nation benefits from the rise of the stock market--can they be riding that crest while the rest of america is jobless, lives with no health insurance and has no 401 K to sustain them through their elderly and declining years.
The argument that small government is the answer to our nations is in my opinion small minded. I think that small government is not as answer especially when the same people who believe in it are the same folks who are preparing to pay billions of dollars for mercenaries (blackwater types) and are willing to conservatively spend one million dollars each time a drone mission drops a bomb on some foreign soil that we are attempting to do regime changing in.
Mrs Thomas has a right to give a tea or run the tea party if she wishes..I am concerned with Justice Thomas and we need to watch carefully as a nation if this man is conduction his affairs as a constitutional scholar or as a tea-room, tea cup reader. Mr. Thomas was not put on the bench for his wonderful intellectual skills, nor was he put there to expound bright ideas---he is, after all not a venture capitalist...Mr Thomas hold an office of supreme importance to our system of government...He was put there to deliberate the law and out of that deliberation arrive at a just opinion that reflects the constitution.
That is all we need him to be. I do not like him. I do not like his politics, I am inclined to say we would probably disagree on every conceivable subject that we might talk about...And in my most rational moment not of that makes a difference as long as he stays on the straight and narrow in his interpretation of the law with respect to the constitution.