We can't afford this bill anyways. It should have never been written on those grounds alone.
You can't spend your way our of debt, and by the looks of it, our currency is on the verge of collapse and your answer is to spend even more money we don't have and can't print enough of?
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I don't understand why this really matters though, it could be 100-0 in favor of the law but the SCOTUS can still knock it down. Same goes for the converse.
Eventually this law, or at least that one clause, will be decided by Kennedy.
I don't really care about the outcome. If my job didn't provide health insurance, I'd just buy it when I got sick and pay for it otherwise :3
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Does this mean that conservatives don't mind judicial activism now?
Originally Posted by Jerry
Where is the Judicial activism here? Looks to me like they are interpreting the law. Did you read the decision? Well written and hardly judicial activism. Judicial activists ignore the Constitution.
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