Prioritizing government-owned broadband networks would be inconsistent with the Constitution’s provisions regarding private property and commerce.
No matter how the Supreme Court votes on Obamacare, people will be angry. But it must stand by the Constitution, and that means canceling the Affordable Care Act.
The constitutional principle at stake in this suit involves the power of the federal government to force people to purchase qualifying health insurance.
Obamacare was sold to the American people under false pretenses and upheld by a dishonest Supreme Court ruling. Now it’s coming apart, and it’s about time.
The Supreme Court has taken a constitutional provision intended to limit government power and turned it into a mandate for unlimited government power.
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