Think about this for a moment.
Before this past week, political liberals across the United States were angry with the Supreme Court, calling it a body comprising conservative “judicial activists.”
They cite the Citizens United ruling of 2010 in which the court ruled that unlimited amount of money can pour into political campaigns, thus giving the very rich an even more powerful voice in electing public officials.
We’ve witnessed a 180-degree turn.
Conservatives now are chastising the “liberal” court — even though its ideological balance is the same as it was in the Citizens United ruling. Conservatives say the court is “too activist” because it upheld the Affordable Care Act and then ruled that the Constitution guarantees gay people the right to marry.
Liberals dislike the high court. So do conservatives.
Journalists are fond of saying that if “Both sides are mad, then I must doing something right.”
Does the same truism apply to judges?