Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Disaster

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Today the Supreme Court of the United States upheld President Obama's massive intrusion into the lives of Americans via healthcare. The individual mandate was considered unconstitutional as commerce, but it was deemed constitutional as a tax. President Obama and his team, of course, argued repeatedly that this was NOT a tax, then went to court and argued it as such. This from a President who promised time and time again that he would not raise taxes. Now he owns the largest tax increase in the history of the country.

This is a sad day for America and our freedoms. The government has no business getting between individuals and their doctors. This will, of necessity, result in health care rationing, as Governor Palin pointed out and termed death panels. Obamacare must be repealed and replaced.

This is just one aspect of the "fundamental transformation of America" that Obama promised. By the time he's finished, will we recognize this country at all?

On the other hand, has this awakened the sleeping giant, who will rail against this disaster?

1 comments:

Tanya G,  June 28, 2012 at 10:07 PM  

Adrienne,

Justice Roberts effectively rewrote the law--something that the Court rarely, if ever does. Some of the legal scholars suspect, based on the dissenting opinion, that Roberts switched sides at the last minute. If that's true, then it begs the question, "Why?" Since oral arguments, Obama had been issuing "warnings" about overturning the law. And as recent as yesterday, there was a lot of bad press regarding the Court and Roberts in particular based on the assumption that the law would be partially or entirely stricken down. Interestingly, as I prayed I felt the unction to pray against any possible threats, intimidation, and or blackmailing against the justices. Some suspect that Roberts might have been threatened or caved to the public bullying from the administration and its supporters. I don't think we'll ever know what caused the last-minute switch, if in fact there was one. Very disappointing.

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