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Sunday, March 25, 2012

The Four Best Arguments Against Obamacare

Tomorrow the United States Supreme Court begins hearing arguments on the constitutionality of the individual mandates included in Obamacare, and may well strike down the whole bill.

It has been two years since this wildly unpopular bill was forced through Congress by the use of every crooked trick and lie in the books and immediately signed into law by Obama.

General wisdom is that the bill or parts of it will be struck down by the Supreme Court.

Damon Root at has a compelling argument why the Court will strike down the individual mandate.

There are arguments, both pro and con, on whether the striking down of the bill will hurt Obama in the coming election.  One can only hope...

1 comment:

  1. The letter of the law is that a contract or legislation that lacks a severance provision shall be viewed and judged as a whole. That being said, the United States Supreme Court, the last defense of The Constitution as law of the land, has no choice but to affirm or strike down all 2000 some odd pages of that piece of legislation. I fear that they will nullify and "sever without clause." That ladies and gentlemen, would mean that we have lost all control of the government. Lest ye remember....the government exercises powers granted them by the masses (you and me). When the government as a whole disregards the provisions of the very document they are SWORN TO UPHOLD AND PROTECT.........