1.) What kind of court it be with Roberts? How do you get your answer?
The court will begin to head back to the way the founders intended it to be. There would still be to many activist judges legislating from the bench and the originalist will still be out numbered.
2.) Should the nomination of a Justice be the president's privy? Or should a Justice become a Justice in an election determined popular vote?
Constitutionally the president chooses the judge nominee. People choose the president and judge appointments is a campaign issue. I got to side with the constitution.
3.) Should the court be changed with every president? Would it be fair? Would it be an outlet in the highest court for a president's personal agenda?
The court should not change with every president. Separation of powers is a valued part of our constitution. The president would have to much power if he had complete control of who is on the courts during his term
4.) Should the size of the court be increased, decreased, or remain the same? Why? What are the pros and cons of increasing, decreasing or leaving it alone.
Keep the court the way it is. Two little members on the supreme court would give to much power to those currently on it. I have allot less trust for three lawyers with the power of the supreme court then I do for nine. If there were to many members then it would just unbalance the system. The founders put nine up for a reason and I trust the founders of this nation more then any politician up in Washington.