Court rules health care bill is Constitutional

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    Va. judge dismisses challenge to Obama health care - Yahoo! News

    I was under the impression that interstate Health care is a no go, as against the law. That each individual Company has to create itself inside each State and can not offer premiums based on another States record.

    If so then there is NO interstate Commerce involved in Health Care Insurance. And clearly the US Government has no legal right nor Constitutional right to pass any laws dealing with it using the Commerce clause.
     
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    No one can be certain which way this thing will go until those 9 people in black robes on that bench in Washington DC make a ruling on it. If the Florida suit gets the same ruling it would indicate that the health care bill is going to be law.
     
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    This is GREAT news!!!!

    I can't wait until we get our uniforms and little hats with the red star in the middle
     
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    I don't think you'll find anyone who honestly thinks the feds don't have the authority to intervene in the health insurance market. There isn't a single proposal (including Ron Paul's, Paul Ryan's, Tom Coburn's, and so on) that doesn't do exactly that. That includes the Tea Party's preferences, as well.
     
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    Forcing you to buy something from someone else is not "intervening in a market," shit face. None of those other people are proposing individual mandates.

    The beat goes on for lying sacks of shit like Greenbeard.
     
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    Red Stars? They are getting us used to seeing those RED STARS, check out that very well known department store that sponsors parades. I will not shop there.

    They remind me of Russian aircraft tail art, Commie China and Commie North Korean hats etc.

    "F" that red star for logos.

    Besides, the Obama Regime does what they want, kinda like Stalin and a few others.
    Freedom of choice every election day, after that day the 'elected' do what they "F" they want and are TOLD to do, screw the citizens that put them there.
     
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    Moon has been on the federal bench in Lynchburg for about a hundred years. If the suit was brought by Liberty University (also a Lynchburg institution) my guess might be that he could have ruled on a personal bias. Liberty was founded by one Jerry Falwell who was both loved and hated by many. Falwell was a ... um ... devout Christian who once held the City of Lynchburg hostage over taxes owed on his airport. If Lynchburg didn't get rid of taxation on his airport he promised to move his entire operation to another state - thus leaving about half the people in Lynchburg unemployed. Even though the elder Falwell is now dead his son has taken over where Daddy left off. Perhaps Moon flexed his own muscles in making his decision.

    Just saying.
     
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    Think again.
     
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    Can government make you buy a Chevy Volt?
     
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    Well if we use HC as an example.

    No.

    But you will be fined for not doing so, or having a car of equal standards.

    What are they going to do with the people that can't affrord insurance but make to much for the free ins? what happens is they can't afford the fines? Do they get arrested for owing too much?

    Isn't "Debters prison" one of the reason we broke from England? [sorry if that's wrong]
     

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