Let's hope the SCOTUS will make sure it don't see another "birthday".
Clyde - agreed, I hope they don't take the easy route out.
*watches the video above...*Oh, the inhumanity...the sheer inhumanity of it all. Yeah. Right. Hopefully the Nine Supremes' will put ObamaCare out to pasture once and for all.
Mat, Keep your fingers crossed - I don't have a lot of confidence in them.
CS- How many million of Americans do not have a 40" T.V.? Maybe my taxes should be raised for that as well.
Johnny, Good idea - according to Heritage only one-third of households classified as "poor" have a wide-screen plasma or LCD TV - we can't let that go on. http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2011/09/understanding-poverty-in-the-united-states-surprising-facts-about-americas-poor
Matthew,I'm afraid it comes down to one man: Kennedy. And his record isn't that good siding with the Constitution.The 4 conservatives most likely will rule against,you know full well the liberal bloc will be for it.
That's what I'm thinking, Clyde; I think once all the arguments have been made, it's going to come down to whoever can better articulate an opinion for/against ObamaCare that Justice Kennedy will support. As we've seen in the past, he's come down on the conservative side at times, at others on the liberal side so it'll be interesting to watch how he views the issue as a whole.For what it's worth, the other interesting thing I suspect we'll see come out of this is if any of the justices offer up separate opinions, irrespective of what the Court's main opinion is; a case of this magnitude is almost certain to have concurrent opinions in either direction...
Has it been a year already? Seems like just yesterday we were screaming "No. It won't work." And we weren't wrong.
If this bill that nobody read is allowed to stand, then it is surely the beginning of the end. The fatal wound will be four more years of this madness. I feel for our children and grandchildren.