Statements about Supreme Court
"There were 36 states where Republicans who were in charge refused to implement a state (health insurance) exchange."
"This president has offered fewer executive actions than almost any other president preceding his presidency in recent history."
"In the last three years alone, 13 times, the Supreme Court, unanimously, 9-0, including all of the president's liberal picks, have struck down the president's executive orders."
Says Hillary Clinton's health care plan from the 1990s "had a broader provision in favor of corporate right to back out" of providing contraceptive coverage than the one created by the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision.
"Hobby Lobby provided this (birth control) coverage before they decided to drop it to file suit."
"Nearly 60 percent of women who use birth control do so for more than just family planning."
The "9-0 decision last week was the 13th time the Supreme Court voted 9-0 that the president had exceeded his constitutional authority."
Florida has "the most errors and exonerations from death row."
Says President Barack Obama "is the first president we've ever had who thinks he can choose which laws to enforce and which laws to ignore."
Says Debo Adegbile "was nominated to serve as a judge on the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals" and "was abruptly withdrawn by the administration."
"Nothing in the Constitution explicitly guarantees our right to vote."
"Opponents of Section 5 (of the Voting Rights Act) complain of state expense, yet their only cost is the paper, postage and manpower required to send copies of legislation to the federal government for review."
"Very few men outlive their own fertility."
"We have a federal government that thinks they have the authority to regulate our toilet seats."
Wisconsin's Supreme Court justices are "deciding fewer opinions in civil and criminal cases than they used to."
Says Mitt Romney and George Allen "would overturn Roe v. Wade and allow states to end safe, legal abortion even in cases of rape, incest or when a woman's life is at risk."
Bill Nelson voted to confirm Sonia Sotomayor, "who signed a Supreme Court opinion saying Americans do not have an individual right to own firearms."
Says Mitt Romney "has refused to say whether he would have vetoed or signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act."
"We’ve got four Supreme Court justices who … signed their name to a declaration that Americans have no fundamental right to self-defense."
The U.S. Supreme Court has not traditionally asked a lot of questions during oral arguments.
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