The Court has allotted six hours for arguments, and while it doesn’t seem like much time for such a contentious and crucial issue, bear in mind that the court typically grants a case just one hour. This is the...
Fortunately, the Supreme Court is leaning in numbers, toward righteousness. The lilly-liverd-liberals will not succeed, unless one of the Conservatives crosses the line, the way Sandra Day-O'Connor used to. Of course, both of O'bumble's selections (especially Kagan) should recuse themselves and, if they don't, the court should make a way to ignore them!
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), or Obamacare, is off to the Supreme Court for a three-day marathon of oral arguments. Lawyers representing the federal government will attempt to prove the law’s constitutionality; those representing private individuals, the National Federation of Independent Business, and most prominently, 26 states, will argue that PPACA violates the supreme law of the land.
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