Murphy's bill will:This bill is fraught with problems, beginning with the separation of powers. One might think that there would need to be a Constitutional amendment to bind the Supreme Court this way, especially if one were a lawyer...like Rep. Murphy. But liberals hate constitutional amendments because they are too hard to accomplish, and they allow the states to make decisions. Liberals prefer to ram things through the legislative process.
Murphy is simply dancing to Soros' tune here, and promoting the issue near and dear to the liberal cause: undermine the credibility of the Supreme Court as the Obamacare cases get closer. Notice that the timeline that Millhiser and his drones look to dates back over a decade, and yet just now is this issue being brought up. It's pathetic.
As I have stated in the previous posts on this topic, until someone can establish that Justice Thomas has issued decisions that are clear departures from his usual viewpoint with connection to these cases, no one can reasonably believe that Justice Thomas is unethical. This is nothing short of a witch-hunt.
I should also note that Rep. Murphy is also working to raise his profile among democrats; he has announced that he will seek Sen. Lieberman's (who is retiring) seat in 2012. People in CT should be aware that Murphy worked for Chris Dodd and holds Dodd in high esteem. I pray that my friends in the Constitution State do not repeat their previous mistakes and send this guy to the Senate.