Monday, January 31, 2011


Judge Roger Vinson, a Florida federal judge, today ruled Obamacare is unconstitutional, restoring my faith that at least one judge has a firm grasp of what his job is -- to determine if laws passed by the legislative and judicial branches square with the U.S. Constitution. In looking at Obamacare, the only conclusion you could come to is that it doesn't and that is exactly what jusdge Vincent found, throwing out the whole thing on the basis that the individual mandate renders the whole stinking pile of garbage worthless:
Because the individual mandate is unconstitutional and not severable, the entire Act must be declared void.
This one sentence, on page 76 of the 78-page ruling sums up a well-written opinion that quotes from James Madison, the Federalist Papers, our Constitution and even The Messiah himself who at one time said he saw no need for the individual mandate then turned around and helped hi co-conspirators in the House and Senate construct a Rube Goldberg contraption of a law passed under the cover of darkness, that had as a key component the individual mandate that in the end helped kill the law.

The Kos Kooks and every other hard leftist, including some "Constitutional scholars" (But then The Messiah was sold to the masses on the basis that he was a "Constitutional scholar", wasn't he?) are going nuts over this ruling precisely because it is rock-solid and obviously wirtten by a mature, studious jurist as opposed to the sixth-grade intellects The Once but Fallen Messiah appointed to the highest court in the land.

It doesn't take a Constitutional scholar or a studious jurist to tell you that this law is no good (aside from the utter unconstitutionality of it): All it takes is a little common sense:

  • The Commie libs named this law the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" and the rule of thumb that applies to every other commie-lib concieved law applies here: To figure out what a commie-lib law actually does, apply the exact opposite of what the name says. This law protects no patients and drives health care costs up for the majority to pay for health care for a few -- a few who are already covered by other social programs. 
  • Repealing this law will "cost" $200+ billion dollars. More poppycock (or poopy cock as the case may be). You're going to commit to spending (conservatively) $1 trillion over ten years and somehow NOT spending that money will "cost"? How absurd is that? 

The next step is for the U.S. Senate to provide another nail in the coffin of the ex-Messaih's crown jewel by voting with the House to repeal this horrendous monstrosity.  

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