Supreme Court and the law v. the political branches' bad ideas
enter for Individual Freedom contributing editor Ashton Ellis explains:
Despite all the machinations engaged in by the Obama administration, the intent of the law is evident in its text. The feds tried to entice states into a pay-to-play scheme that would hide the true cost of health insurance, let ObamaCare's backers claim they had covered millions of uninsured Americans and pad state budgets just long enough to make those new bureaucracies seem affordable.
It's often said that the Supreme Court's job is to say what the law is. There's no better way to honor that duty than to hold Congress and the president accountable for the laws they pass. If the political branches lose on the gamble to tempt a majority of states to trade away financial sustainability for a few years' worth of good press, then it's not the Court's job to bail them out.
Michelle Malkin on Øbadidea"Care":
San Francisco resident and former Obama supporter Melissa Klein exposed her ordeal with Covered California last week. The state exchange botched her 1095-A and then insisted she had never enrolled despite invoices she showed them documenting her premium payments. After hours in OPH [Obamacare Phone Hell], her case remains unresolved, and she can't file her taxes. How is it, she wondered, that "Amazon can ship something to NYC in an hour," but the White House and Covered California "can't create a health care system that functions"?
Klein concluded, better late than never: "I no longer believe that the government should mandate health care. ... A great idea is just an idea if you can't execute. And the government has proved time and time again, it can't execute."
Feelin' your pain, sister. Is D.C. listening?
D.C. = Documented Crooks.
Labels: Democrat War on Americans, Health Care Death Snare, inconvenient facts, lawless liberals (BIRM), liberals are always extreme, lying liberals (BIRM), Obama Lied Your Healthcare Died, socialist injustice
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