You gotta admit, the thing is just…Awesome!

U.S. District Judge, George Streeh, of the Eastern District of Michigan ruled that Congress does have the authority to enact a key part of President Obama’s healthcare law reform, requiring US citizens to obtain coverage by 2014. The day Obama signed it into law, the Thomas More Law Center had filed a lawsuit arguing that it was an unconstitutional tax outside Congress authority. The latest ruling said that under the ...

Wait for it…

… Commerce Clause of the American Constitution …

THERE it is!

… a penalty could be imposed on those who did not get insurance coverage.

Ah, the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause! Is there nothing it can’t do?

Y’know, the mornings have been getting pretty nippy lately. I wonder if I could get the CC to let the dogs out and bring me coffee in bed? ‘Cause that’d be pretty cool. And much less annoying than this.

H/T to Claire.

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2 Responses to You gotta admit, the thing is just…Awesome!

  1. Anonymous says:

    If this ruling is allowed to stand by the SCOTUS then “anything” would be constitutional.

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To the stake with the heretic!