most high-profile corporate shills in the America's legal system.
The fact is, this shouldn't be a surprise - Roberts' nomination is a sign that Big Business sees its chance to not only own the Presidency and the Congress, but now the judicial branch. After all, it was these same groups who have spent months literally
ordering the White House to consider certain nominees, and to discount others, based on the potential nominees' willingness to sell out ordinary Americans and prostitute for Corporate America. And it was these exact same groups who the Financial Times notes Roberts "represented or filed briefs on behalf of" during his illustrious legal career as
Big Business's "go-to lawyer."
Not surprisingly, most of the attention on Roberts continues to focus on his views on social issues - not economic ones, which the Supreme Court is increasingly getting involved in.
That is, of course, the way Corporate America likes it - keep the focus off Roberts' controversial career gutting workplace laws, and shafting workers, and that way the idiots in the mainstream media will continue to bill him as a "moderate" and thus he can get through the corporate-owned U.S. Senate