Affordable Healthcare is something all US citizens can benefit from.....but there are many ways to achieve that. It is not the intention or goal of Obama's Affordable Healthcare Act that is under attack but the means with which it was done; in particuar, using the The Commerce Clause to push it through as well as the provisions. The Commerce Clause was also used to get Roe v. Wade pushed through. The Left is becoming a big fan of The Commerce Clause. My only hope is that Conservatives take note and begin to be a fan of the Commerce Clause as well. For example, a Republican President and Republican Congress come up with an Affordable Energy Act that will lessen our dependence on Global Foreign Oil. This will include Oil companies meeting behind closed/locked doors with Republican Leaders to write the legislation. This legislation will result in further tax credits and incentives for the Oil companies to diversify their energy offerings, reduce regulations, increase domestic drilling (on shore, offshore, public and private lands), open up ANWAR. Also, Americans might be mandated to purchase "credits" or fossil energy futures contracts to offset risk of being dependent on energy produced from volatile regions in the world. With these mandated credits or contracts Americans purchase, it would be reported to the IRS as credits or tax deductions for the individual taxpayer? Can everyone imagine the uproar from The Left? What if it gets appealed to the SCOTUS and it sides in favor of a Republican driven Affordable Energy Act under The Commerce Clause? LIke affordable Healthcare, what American could not benefit from an Affordable Energy? Live by the Commerce Clause to further your cause.......but don't be shocked when the Commerce Clause is used to push an agenda or outcome using ways and means that are at variance with your views or position.