Jim Lincoln wrote: Roberts give me some hope for Catholics in general and the Supreme Court in particular. I suppose there has never been a time that the Supreme Court was actually an impartial body, which everyone from it's beginning hoped it would be. An example, would be Roger B. Taney the first Catholic Supreme Court Justice, who had a rather muddy career. I suppose it would to much to hope that the present day Justices would act on more what the Constitution said, than their personal ideologies. With the present Court they seem to be either extreme left -- or right. Anyway, I'll congratulate the Chief Justice in not bowing to pressure to tow the Romish bishops of America's plans.
The USCCB was against the ACA? Roberts was also against the ACA, then flipped? Who's doing what with whom? Which sitting Evangelical Protestant Justice is most biblical?