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Intersting that you can't list one that you consider legit yourself.
"The core of their objections to the law was that if Congress can mandate Americans buy health insurance, it can do all sorts of other crazy things, like make people buy cell phones, broccoli, automobiles and burial insurance. (Or maybe make them wear funny hats and clown noses.)"
"On Tuesday, they posed silly hypothetical questions of the sort that might
boost TV ratings among Tea Party viewers but had little to do with the Constitution.
Based on their goofy and hostile questions, the Republican majority seems poised to strike down
the core of the Affordable Care Act, the so-called individual mandate, an idea that ironically
originated with the right-wing Heritage Foundation, was enacted by Romney in Massachusetts,
and only became a bÍte noire when Obama embraced it.
Now, despite the Constitution’s grant of broad powers to Congress to regulate interstate commerce,
the five Republican partisans on the Supreme Court appear ready to kill the health reform law in
the midst of a presidential election and deliver a body blow to Obama’s reelection hopes."
GOP Justices Clown over Health Care | Consortiumnews
Your turn, wingster.
@ newpublius: Yeah, I've heard that weak argument for years now. It's a moot point. The supreme court has negated the argument numerous times over almost a hundred years. That's the definition of established constitutional law.
I wonder if there are any laws the leftist toadies disagree with...