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Constitution’s Limits Threaten in an Obama Second Term

KajaK Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 9:50 AM
In any situation where there are many opinions and an issue has to be resolved because no one will agree or give in, someone has to have the final say. In my household the final say was my mother. We live in a country where everyone has an opinion and has the right to express it. Just like in the case of The Health Care Reform. The final say was the Judicial System. Some people like it, and some don't, but the decision has been made now all have to make the best of it. In looking at the World news it appears the majority of people are fighting for a democratic way of life. In all walks of life man dominants man to his injury. This will never change.
badgerpat Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:05 AM
This wasn't the final say. The final say will be in November, when The People express their position on Obamacare, among many other things.
oldnjal Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:58 PM
I agree, but am glad the individual mandate is now a tax.
The biggest tax increase imaginable.
Taxes can be repealed, and most of us hate Obamacare.
I am praying for the day when the man can go play golf 24/7, if he so chooses.

Note: This column was coauthored by Ken Klukowski, a Breitbart.com columnist

Public officials and pundits are still digesting the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision in NFIB v. Sebelius. Not yet discussed are the extraordinary implications for the size and role of government in a second Obama term in light of President Obama’s new stump speech, as it is clear there is not a reliable majority on the Court to restrain government power by enforcing the limits imposed by the Constitution.

Most provisions in the Constitution fall into two categories. The first are authority provisions, explaining the structure and powers...