Smitty brings up some good points about SCOTUS and the arguments made by Solicitor General Donald Verrilli. Seems like every time Verrilli opens his mouth, the Supremes’ get a chuckle out of his argument or lack thereof.
A few quick points:
- ObamaCare is an anti-American, un-Constitutional pile of hooey.
- Its passage represented, at all points, such a dereliction of duty that any member of the House who voted ‘Yes’ on it, and hasn’t already been impeached at the ballot box by their constituents, merits impeachment. Also, any ideological tool on the Court that somehow writes an anti-Constitutional dissent in favor of ObamaCare merits impeachment; they must have been telling a ‘Made in Zambiniland’ form of truth when they testified before Congress.*
- The SCOTUS should tell the 113th Congress to review the job the 111th Congress so disastrously punted. Also, Federalist 62, especially the part where Madison said It will be of little avail to the people, that the laws are made by men of their own choice, if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent that they cannot be understood. Surely, Madison wrote that precisely with creeps like the Wicked Witch of the West in mind. Turning Nancy’s ObamaCare abortion into something that doesn’t suck with an unholy vacuum is not the task of the SCOTUS.
A lot of people on the left are trying to say that Conservatives are against Obamacare because Liberals thought it up instead of the GOP. But the fact is that RINO’s in the GOP have had the same project in mind for years, but lacked the cojones to put it in play.
Conservatives have always been steadfastly against any kind of government encroachment into private business matters. And health insurance and health care is real big business.