Is ObamaCare Constitutional???

Now the next chapter in the ObamaCare fiasco. 

Judge Rules Health Care Unconstitutional

This is the Federal Judge in Florida that was hearing the case brought by about half of the State AG’s.  Now it will go before the United States Supreme Court. 

The House of Representatives has voted to repeal the Law.  The fate of ObamaCare in the Legislative Branch now rests in the Senate, where Comrade Reid has vowed that repeal will not be voted on.  I suggest that the Republicans in the Senate should drag their feet on this.  Why?  You ask.  Because this case WILL be heard by the Supreme Court no matter what the Senate does.  If the Supreme Court rules that it IS unconstitutional, then ObamaCare, in its entirety, will be null and void.  Why? You ask.  Because either through stupidity, a mistake because it was rushed through the process, or a belief that it was so good that the Democrats did not want to have any chance of future changes by anyone; they left out the Severability Clause.  This means that if one small part of the law is unconstitutional, then the WHOLE law is unconstitutional.  Let the Supreme Court rule on this question.

If (and it is a big IF) the Supreme Court rules that it is not unconstitutional, then the Republicans can offer amendments, and force the Democrats to defend every aspect of the law.  If the Supreme Court rules that it is unconstitutional, then the Republicans do not need to accomplish anything to repeal the law.  The House Republicans need to start drafting a new Health Care Bill.

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