Last edited by The Man; 07-23-14 at 03:45 PM.
Nope. I am just pointing out that the reality is that which ever side disagrees with the circuit court decision will push it up to the SCOTUS on appeal.Isn't that why you hope it goes to the SCOTUS?
Also, I am not sure how after the first SCOTUS ruling on PPACA you think I would have any expectations on the ruling for Halbig.
Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.
The bottom line is: You don't write a convoluted, absurdly complex bill, have no one read it in its entirety, and then pass it on the premise of 'we have to pass it to see what's in it'.
We all knew there would be numerous lawsuits over this POS, and they will likely continue for decades. I guess it gives the Supreme Court job security though.
It's debatable whether the states opting out are doing it for political reasons....but it sure looks like they are....The Federal Government pays 100% of expansion costs for the first three years and 90% thereafter until 2022.
ObamaCare Medicaid ExpansionSome people say state's opt-ing out of Medicaid expansion is part of an ongoing effort to "break" ObamaCare regardless of the cost to the people. Other tactics include opt-ing out of creating exchanges, expensive disinformation campaigns, a Government shutdown, suing the President, 50 plus repeal attempts, and more.