Here's a well-timed poll:
Americans' confidence in the Supreme Court stands at 30% in the survey - the lowest since 1973 when Gallup started tracking confidence in the institution. Its highest ratings came during Ronald Reagan's presidency. In 1988 and 1985, confidence in the Supreme Court stood at 56%. That number dropped significantly (to 34%) in 2007, during President George W. Bush's second term.
And sentences like this should knock another couple points off that 30 percent:
This decision concerns only the contraceptive mandate and should not be understood to mean that all insurance mandates, that is for blood transfusions or vaccinations, necessarily fail if they conflict with an employer's religious beliefs.
The consistent placement of corporations over workers, money over democracy, deserves our lack of faith in this Court.
low poll ratings are virtually meaningless unless there is a movement following them with positive actions to rectify the egregiousness, threaten your public officials if they don['t move to restore fairness in that court you will forget their names in Nov. and every Nov. after that. make some noise or continue to have your fate determined by chauvinist who knuckle drag their way through decisions that impact you your mom your daughter your neice, do something or end up with nothing
"YES YOU CAN"!!