Vitriol

It might surprise some to learn that I listen to Sean Hannity in the car, and it might be even more surprising that I get something out of his show and sometimes find myself agreeing with his points — with a few caveats. I will not listen today, waiting until he cools off a little to state his arguments clearly.

So interested was a modern gentleman in the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the Affordable Care Act, he could not sleep, rising early to doze through a painful, yet much-hyped, interview between Ann Curry and Matthew McConaughey and watch Pete Williams struggle to be a reporter.

Still, he got the headline: The court did what the court was intended to do and adhered to the principle of stare decisis, exhibiting restraint and providing an example to all during politically tumultuous times.

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