UPDATEx2: Takes Time to Get There

But now that Federal Judge Hudson has ruled parts of Obamacare unconstitutional, it will have to be heard through an appellate court before, and if, getting on the SCOTUS docket.

In the meantime, here’s a healthy read from Hot Air on the subject, replete with updates (up to five about now).

UPDATE: Apparently, the White House Blog is now trying to equate healthcare insurance with auto insurance. Okay, who’s going to be the first to tell them that the auto insurance requirement is a state responsibility and not the feds?

Heh. How Appealing. Indeed.

And, The Heritage Foundation weighs in. I like it.

UPDATEx2: And maybe the thought of 74% of doctors leaving their practice should pick up the pace of SCOTUS looking at this issue much, much sooner. Ya think?

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2 responses to “UPDATEx2: Takes Time to Get There

  1. THANKS FOR POSTING! We’re all over it as well on Common Cents…

    http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com

  2. Judge Hudson’s decision is good news, and we all hope that it will prevail when Obamacare finally reaches the Supreme Court two years from now. However, that is not certain, and there remain substantial political powers who regard this vast extension of federal power as acceptable based upon the Supreme Court’s vast expansion of the interstate commerce clause since 1937. The only sure way to stop not only Obamacare, but the innumerable other ways in which the federal government has increased its power beyond the original scope of the Constitution, is to reverse those Supreme Court cases and restore the interstate commerce clause to its original meaning. Given how entrenched these Supreme Court precedents are, this will require a constitutional amendment restating the original, very limited scope of the interstate commerce clause. See http://www.timelyrenewed.com

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