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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterVeritis View Post
    The law as written, passed and signed said it was a penalty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captdon View Post
    It certainly was under the law. That a number of companies left the system is on them. I'm not going to lie about the Dems anymore than the Reps. The free market had a lot of companies make a choice and they did. Here in SC we have two choices- Blue Cross and one of their subsidiaries.
    In South Carolina you had two choices? Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahuyaman View Post
    please, leave md alone. You’re annoying.
    I am right. Naturally, you find me annoying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahuyaman View Post
    In South Carolina you had two choices? Wow.
    There are poor people who could not get Obamacare. If you had no job you could not pay the premiums and the government would not provide a subsidy. They required as proof of income a tax return. Well if you have no income it is very hard to provide a tax return because if you do not work you do not file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterVeritis View Post
    I am right. Naturally, you find me annoying.
    I don't find you annoying because you are right. I find you annoying because you are an imbecile

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterVeritis View Post
    I am very reasonable. I can afford to be. I am right. You are willing to settle for another Kennedy.
    No, you weren't Right about Kavanaugh's dissent. Read it again and note what was bolded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahuyaman View Post
    I don't find you annoying because you are right. I find you annoying because you are an imbecile
    At least this time you spelled your words correctly. It is a step in the right direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    No, you weren't Right about Kavanaugh's dissent. Read it again and note what was bolded.
    It was not Kavanaugh's dissent. It was Scalia's dissent.

    Of course, I am right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterVeritis View Post
    It was not Kavanaugh's dissent. It was Scalia's dissent.

    Of course, I am right.
    Wrong.....here it is again Note the bolding.


    Brett Kavanaugh Said Obamacare Was Unprecedented And Unlawful Brett Kavanaugh has by far the strongest, most consistent, most fearless record of constitutional conservatism of any federal court of appeals judge in the country.


    Over 12 years and 300 opinions, he has repeatedly fought for principles of textualism and originalism, reined in regulatory overreach, and ensured that administrative bureaucrats are accountable to the elected president. Nominating Kavanaugh would continue President Trump’s exemplary record of selecting the best-qualified person for the Supreme Court, as he did with his brilliant choice of Justice Neil Gorsuch.


    Unfortunately, being the clear best choice has downsides, including inviting unfair attacks. One came Monday in a lengthy article by Christopher Jacobs claiming that Kavanaugh “wrote a roadmap for saving Obamacare.” That is nonsense, and conservatives should not be misled into thinking otherwise.


    In 2011, two judges on the D.C. Circuit upheld the Obamacare individual mandate under the Commerce Clause. Kavanaugh dissented from that decision, which was authored by the respected Judge Laurence Silberman, a Reagan appointee. Kavanaugh explained that Obamacare could be challenged as unconstitutional, but that a federal jurisdictional statute required such a challenge to be brought in the future.


    Critically, and almost entirely absent from Jacobs’ account of the decision, Kavanaugh then called the individual mandate “a law that is unprecedented on the federal level in American history” and observed that upholding the individual mandate would be a “a jarring prospect” that would “usher in a significant expansion of congressional authority with no obvious principled limit.” The government’s argument for the mandate, Kavanaugh continued, would “ultimately extend as well to mandatory purchases of” many other products, a result that would have “extraordinary ramifications.”


    Kavanaugh’s thorough and principled takedown of the mandate was indeed a roadmap for the Supreme Court—the Supreme Court dissenters, justices Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, and Samuel Alito, who explained that the mandate violated the Constitution. I am very familiar with that opinion, because I served as Kennedy’s law clerk that term. I can tell you with certainty that the only justices following a roadmap from Brett Kavanaugh were the ones who said Obamacare was unconstitutional.


    Kavanaugh was equally critical of the individual mandate under the weak Taxing Clause argument advanced by the government and catastrophically accepted by the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh explained that “no court to reach the merits has accepted the Government’s Taxing clause argument,” thereby showing his agreement with all the courts of appeals that correctly found the mandate unsustainable under that clause.


    Kavanaugh is by far the strongest choice for the job. His courageous and influential opinions on countless different issues—presidential power, regulatory overreach, religious liberty, the Second Amendment, and the list goes on—leave no doubt that he would be a forceful conservative justice for decades to come. Conservatives should not be misled by misinformation. Judge Brett Kavanaugh has the principles, the record, and the backbone that we need on the Supreme Court.....snip~


    http://thefederalist.com/2018/07/03/...nted-unlawful/


    Now, tell us how Scalia dissented before Kavanaugh who was on the Appellate Court where it was heard before it went to the SCOTUS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahuyaman View Post
    You had limited options. Very limited. It certainly wasn’t a free market situation as it is with auto insurance.

    Also, where was I playing word games? Please, don’t be like MV.
    You could choose from any company that stayed in. That's the free market at it's best. My auto insurance reference was good enough but you have to correct ever word and than you still got it wrong.
    Democrats are a clear and present danger to our democracy and our society.

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