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Won't fly in the long run. Even conservative judges have agreed ---- health care is an issue in and affecting "interstate commerce."

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/post/reagans-solicitor-general-health-care-is-interstate-commerce-is-this-a-regulation-of-it-yes-end-of-story/2011/08/25/gIQAmaQigS_blog.html

 

The Federal government can supersede anything the States pass on health care via the "interstate commerce clause" of the Constitution.

 

The Federal health care train is already chugging down the tracks. Too late to stop it now. Get on board or get run over by it. Your choice.

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Won't fly in the long run. Even conservative judges have agreed ---- health care is an issue in and affecting "interstate commerce."

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/post/reagans-solicitor-general-health-care-is-interstate-commerce-is-this-a-regulation-of-it-yes-end-of-story/2011/08/25/gIQAmaQigS_blog.html

 

The Federal government can supersede anything the States pass on health care via the "interstate commerce clause" of the Constitution.

 

The Federal health care train is already chugging down the tracks. Too late to stop it now. Get on board or get run over by it. Your choice.

they can't make it happen if they can't enforce it. if these states pass this legislation.....and it looks as if south carolina pretty definitely

will....then yes...obamacare will still technically exist.......but no one will be able to enforce it in the states passing the legislation. it's a dead deal.

of course....we'll see if the feds do what they've been known to do in situations like these.....use coercion and blackmail to force the people

into accepting what they don't want. i guess we'll see.

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they can't make it happen if they can't enforce it. if these states pass this legislation.....and it looks as if south carolina pretty definitely

will....then yes...obamacare will still technically exist.......but no one will be able to enforce it in the states passing the legislation. it's a dead deal.

of course....we'll see if the feds do what they've been known to do in situations like these.....use coercion and blackmail to force the people

into accepting what they don't want. i guess we'll see.

 

This is all wild speculation from Andrew Napolitano (of the conservative Faux Noise machine) being quoted in the ultra-ultra right wing Washington "Moony" Times. How about providing even a mildly credible source?

 

Why do you guys love your self-delusion machines so much?

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This is all wild speculation from Andrew Napolitano (of the conservative Faux Noise machine) being quoted in the ultra-ultra right wing Washington "Moony" Times. How about providing even a mildly credible source?

 

Why do you guys love your self-delusion machines so much?

because states have went against the feds a few times to fight obama's totalitarianism. they've done it on immigration. they've done it

on legalizing weed. i fully expect states to fight against this tyrannical and destructive law however they can.

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because states have went against the feds a few times to fight obama's totalitarianism. they've done it on immigration. they've done it

on legalizing weed. i fully expect states to fight against this tyrannical and destructive law however they can.

 

"Totalitarianism?"

 

LOLOLOL

 

You have TOTALITARIANALLY lost it.

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This is all wild speculation from Andrew Napolitano (of the conservative Faux Noise machine) being quoted in the ultra-ultra right wing Washington "Moony" Times. How about providing even a mildly credible source?

 

Why do you guys love your self-delusion machines so much?

Credible for you is Al Sharpton BAAAHAAHAAA
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Won't fly in the long run. Even conservative judges have agreed ---- health care is an issue in and affecting "interstate commerce."

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/post/reagans-solicitor-general-health-care-is-interstate-commerce-is-this-a-regulation-of-it-yes-end-of-story/2011/08/25/gIQAmaQigS_blog.html

 

The Federal government can supersede anything the States pass on health care via the "interstate commerce clause" of the Constitution.

 

The Federal health care train is already chugging down the tracks. Too late to stop it now. Get on board or get run over by it. Your choice.

 

 

 

go tell that to SC bwhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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