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Obamacare Undermines America's Founding Principles

dzimbeck Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 10:48 AM
Republicans are trying to take us back to the time of robber barons, and captains of industry, completely doing away with our democracy. That’s the mindset they have. The reason we have problems is because there are many Republican Party supporters in government who still support that mindset. They rebel against any effort to support democracy. Attempting A complete codetta.
Tom838 Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 3:50 PM
You forget that we don't have a democracy? We don't have to like an irrational majority rule.
dzimbeck Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 5:09 PM
Oh I didn't forget, we do have a democracy, a governmet determined by vote, Butthen I guss others like you Tom prefer not to have a vote or say about who is in posaitions of power over you. Uou just want to take what they will give or offer you. so sad. We the people denotes a voice by and for the people.

As the Supreme Court starts its three day marathon to hear arguments on the constitutionality of Obamacare, let’s be clear about their challenge, and ours.

The challenge before the Court, a challenge it has often not lived up to, is to keep perspective that applying our constitution is not about splitting hairs about the meaning of words in order to further a personal agenda. It’s about applying, in good faith, the principles that define this country and assuring that our government operates in a fashion consistent with those principles.

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