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Friday, August 12, 2011

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mathman

The ruling is significant because of the thorough way in which the ruling treats the history of the subject: the Constitutional authority of Congress.
Obamacare would make us all into subjects of the Royal House. We would lose the freedom to decide how to spend our money. With mandated insurance a done deal, there would soon be endless other mandates, requiring us to purchase endless numbers of things which Congress decided were important to us.

No, thank you.

I like the limited Federal power just fine.

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