The House of Representatives took on eminent domain abuses: House passes bill to fight unfair seizure of private property by Audrey Hudson 02/29/2012 House passes bill to fight unfair takings of private property - HUMAN EVENTS Thats not the same as permanent legislation protecting private property from eminent domain sharpshooters. It is a start. Should conservatives get enough seats in the Senate there is a chance permanent legislation, signed into law by the president, will come next. Hussein would veto such a bill. Add that to the reasons he has to go. Remember, it was the Supreme Court that gave us Kelo? So there is every chance the SCOTUS would overturn any law that limits the governments power to tax. Keep that in mind if you think the Supreme Court is going to overturn Hillarycare II. The High Court is an instrument of government. When taxation verses average Americans private sector Americans always lose: ObamaCare: Supreme Court may postpone ruling till 2016 By Dean Clancy on February 21, 2012 ObamaCare: Supreme Court may postpone ruling till 2016 | FreedomWorks It is logical to assume that postponing any ruling until 2016 will soften resistence. That is why it is imperative that Congress repeal the Affordable Care now even if it takes a veto-proof majority in both houses.