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    Mark Levin on Obamacare ruling

    Mark Levin on Obamacare ruling

    Makes many of the points I made today, including rejecting the delusion that this was a victory:

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    Mark Percich | June 29, 2012 at 5:25 am

    John Roberts and George Will are Vichy Conservatives. While they may have the right views, they are so afraid of the establishment that they are content to lose well in a good cause. Forget both, they are not worth our time. Get the Presidency, get the senate, and increase our lead in the house and send Obamacare to the ash-heap of history.


     
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    OcTEApi | June 29, 2012 at 5:28 am

    Roberts rightly rejected that the mandate was a function to regulate non-activity through the commerce clause and supported Tenth Amendment States Rights….

    To believe that Roberts created a new tax weapon that would survive the democratic process and be used upon the American people in untold new ways is disingenuous.

    It shows lack of faith in the American people and I find that quite a disgusting display.. as evident by these Talking Heads and supported by radical commentary in these forums.

    Obamacare will not survive because of some mythical new tax weapon… it will rightly so die through the democratic process and simply because its bad law.
    Same as it ever was

    Professor: Check out the take; Chief Justice Done Good , by Dov Fischer on American Thinker. Makes sense to me. The dems may be caught in their own tarbaby.

    When it’s all said and done…remember this simple fact. CONGRESS HAS NEVER REPEALED A TAX. EVER.


     
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    TrooperJohnSmith | June 29, 2012 at 6:26 am

    I think this was the judicial equivalent of giving everyone a trophy. No, the Judicial branch cannot enact a tax, but Roberts wanted to make up for Bush v. Gore and not rustle the jimmies of the easily butt-hurt Left, so… he just… you know, fudged it or maybe even nudged it from penalty to tax. Now, good feeeeeeeeeeelings from those decrying the evils of the SCOTUS.

    Let’s all have a big old group hug and proclaim the second-coming of Earl Warren!

    (Not even sure if the /sarcasm tag applies.)


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