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It's about time
« on: December 15, 2018, 11:47:59 AM »
James and Mack, please provide the necessary contingencies and philosophical partisanship required to understand this.
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Re: It's about time
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2018, 02:38:39 PM »
It's a legal challenge.  The original legal theory of why the government has a right to dictate your insurance coverage was hatched up by Roberts after pictures of his immoral actions with a goat were shown to him (or something like that).  It was insane, but relied on the "individual mandate" being equivalent to a tax.

Congress got rid of the "individual mandate", so the legal argument is now void.  The judge recognized this and declared Odumbocare unconstitutional.

None of this matters in the end.  You still have 4 libtards and Roberts on the Supreme Court.  My guess is he'll cook up something else, but don't know.  This will eventually go to SCOTUS.  We'll see what happens.
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