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Thread: A Federal Appeals Court Appears To Be Ready To Nuke Obamacare...All of It

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    I have a hard time believing the leftists judges really understood the significance of closing the Commerce Clause as a catch all for federal authority. Either that or they have no intention of paying attention to it.
    More than likely the latter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    Roberts put this in place by creating the fiction that the Constitution's taxing power was the basis of the law despite the fact that Congress explicitly said that it was not, but rather the Commerce Clause. Roberts got the liberal justices to agree that the Commerce Clause cannot justify O'care and that its traditional use as a boot strap for federal legislation of all types has been a Constitutional law mistake since 1936. That was a MAJOR win, so long as future Courts follow it.

    Roberts can't save O'Care after the 5th is done with it. Perhaps Roberts hoped this was going to be the result. At the time people said he was playing 3D chess while most others were playing checkers. This may prove that true.
    I think you may have called this correctly.

    What happened in 1936 wasn't a mistake. It was a counter-revolution that tossed out the Constitution and replaced with a tool to create a tyranny.
    Call your state legislators and insist they approve the Article V convention of States to propose amendments.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterVeritis View Post
    I think you may have called this correctly.

    What happened in 1936 wasn't a mistake. It was a counter-revolution that tossed out the Constitution and replaced with a tool to create a tyranny.
    Exactly. There were some things that paved the way like the income tax and the popular election of Senators, but 1936 and the usurping of state power via the Commerce Clause was the coup de gras.
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