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Why Sebelius Campaigns So Hard for Her Boss — and Why He Won’t Fire Her

Maximus2 Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 3:59 PM
The alternate and final blame for Obama Care rests on the shoulders of Roberts. His ruling was a disgrace and a stab in America's back!
renny4 Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 7:05 PM
No, it rests with the Dems.
3129 Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 6:07 PM
Amazingly, injustice Roberts opinion called the president and most of congress liars for claiming that a tax was not a tax. Roberts made no bones about Obamacare violating the Interstate Commerce Clause. Instead, he wrote his decision based on a mater not even raised by the parties, to wit: the power to tax. The ball is now back in congress' court. This November, it will not matter who is elected president, it will be who you elect to the House and Senate. Viva la revolucion.
Kibitzer Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 8:42 PM
Roberts decision really kicked the can down the road in that as a tax no court challenge can be made until someone has actually paid the tax, because of the "Anti Injunction Act". Also there was discussion about the tax issue during the oral arguments.

Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius has been campaigning so enthusiastically for President Obama that she — whoops! — broke a federal law that restricts political activities by executive-branch officials. Federal employees are usually fired for such transgressions, but no one expects that to happen to Sebelius. Heck, she got right back in the saddle.

Every cabinet official (probably) wants to see the president reelected, and no president relishes dismissing a cabinet official. But in this case, there’s an additional incentive for...

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