Supreme Court on Obamacare; Capitol Connection TV gets it right!

Posted by Danelle Springer on October 1, 2012 at 1:05 PM

“Nobody ever went to a ballgame to see the umpire.”  Those were the words of now Chief Justice John Roberts as he introduced himself to the nation at his 2005 confirmation hearings.  baseball umpiresThe statement was a follow up to his analysis that, “judges are like umpires,” meaning that they [judges] do not make the rules, they simply apply them.  In the fall of 2012, however, Robert’s insights lose a bit of traction.  Okay, so maybe baseball fans still don’t watch the umpires that carefully, but we all now realize how valuable those professional football refs are! 

When it comes to refereeing the law of the land, the surprising June 28th Obamacare decision had us all talking.  As the Supreme Court returns to the bench this week to weitime magazine cover john roberts supreme courtgh such visceral issues as who gets to go to college, get married, and vote, we’ll all continue to monitor the outcomes with keen interest.  But June’s landmark decision did more than surprise us.  It illustrated just how difficult it is to quickly boil down complicated news on the fast-paced schedule our information culture now demands.  If you remember, even the Obama White House initially got the story wrong, thinking the Court had completely struck down the healthcare mandate. 

For those of us who require good, reliable, fact based information (And who doesn’t?) the answer is simple; don’t depend on one source alone.  Being able to monitor important news from various perspectives provides balanced insights while shielding us from incorrect snap conclusions.  The Capitol Connection is proud to be able to disseminate the messages of a wide array of news and information outlets from Fox News to CNN and MSNBC as well as from C-SPAN1, 2 and 3.  It was C-SPAN3, in fact, that first reported the correct healthcare decision and its rationale!  One look at our complete station line-up illustrates just how wonderfully diverse our programming is:

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