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Judge Inserts Reason Into Health Care Debate

Wow! Big news for those of us who felt the thing was unconstitutional right off the bat. The judge rules that is was an illegal expansion of the commerce clause. Hopefully the Supremes will see it that way as well.

A Florida federal judge, Roger Vinson, just announced his ruling that 26 states - that's more than half - that have brought against the federal government for passage of Obamacare are correct and that the law is unconstitutional. This is a major victory for America, for individual rights, and for free enterprise.

As of this ruling, the entire health care bill is void because there was no severability clause in it. This means that if one sentence is found unconstitutional that the whole bill has to be set aside.

He declined to grant the injunction barring implementation of the bill because most of it is not effective yet anyway, but this should help the Supreme Court go along with the ruling and find the matter unconstitutional as well.

 

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Comment balloon 3 commentsKevin Robinson • February 01 2011 09:13AM

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I saw that too.  I am not sure, but this seems like a pretty clear cut victory

Posted by Highland Beach Condos David Serle, Boca Raton Agent David Serle (RE/MAX Services) over 8 years ago

Kevin,

Thanks for the reblog. This is great news so long as the Supremes interpret the Constitution the way it is written. :)

Steve

Posted by Steve Hoffacker, Certified Aging In Place Specialist-Instructor (Steve Hoffacker LLC) over 8 years ago

Kevin...I hope that this stands up.  I'm sure if it goes to the Supreme Court it will, but we'll just wait and see!

Posted by Larry Bettag, Vice-President of National Production (Cherry Creek Mortgage Illinois Residential Mortgage License LMB #0005759 Cherry Creek Mortgage NMLS #: 3001) over 8 years ago

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