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The Supreme Oxymorons

bill3313 Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 11:36 AM
Robert's said it was OK to BS the American people when pushing a law through Congress but not when you come to the SCOTUS. If you try that here we will rewrite it and take the BS out before we say it's constitutional. Now the SCOTUS has gone down the path of Congress. They no longer represent the people, they represent themselves as Roberts tries to please the opponents of Obamacare by showing the court is bipartisan even on lousy legislation at the expence of the American people, again. . But at least Roberts can go to the DC dinners now. Let's see how far the SCOTUS approval rating goes down.

With the Supreme Court’s decision in National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, Obamacare has achieved its first milestone: The repudiation of logic, the Orwellian assertion that A both is and is not A.

The massive healthcare package, officially titled the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, requires that individuals buy medical insurance. The law imposes a fine on those who fail to purchase the government-approved and regulated insurance.

The legislation refers to this financial penalty 18 times. It never once refers to it as a tax. (Note: you can find