When Obama attempted to pass his foolish health care costs, he stressed that the penalty for not complying was definitely not a tax. And, why did he do that? To make it more tasty for the American individuals to swallow, and to make it easier for the courts to uphold.
Well, a penalty like that must be unconstitutional under the interstate trade guidelines. And, the Court saw it that way.
I just do not get it. Justice Robertson did the unexpected, and he did it in a very, very sly way.
So, what did Robertson do? He re-labeled the “penalty” as a tax and identified that it was, in truth, Constitutional due to the fact that Congress can impose taxes.
Bullshit! Bullshit! Bullshit!
The exact thing that Obama was trying to spin into something else was what got the court to vote 5-4 in favor of Obamacare! Wow, the man actually is an amateur.
This country has never had actually something identified a tax that is based on – essentially – nothing! Weve never had what could be called a “head tax” – a tax that is levied just since someone exists. No, every tax weve endured has actually always been based on something.
Heres What Happens AFTER The Supreme Court Rules On Obamacare( businessinsider.com).
When Obama attempted to pass his silly healthcare expense, he stressed that the penalty for not complying was absolutely not a tax. This nation has never had something labeled a tax that is based on – basically – nothing! Weve never had what could be called a “head tax” – a tax that is imposed just due to the fact that somebody exists. No, every tax weve endured has actually always been based on something. Now, “they” can tax us for not doing something.
Wow. Earlier today I felt pretty good about the Court promoting the Arizona immigration law. Now, it seems like a minor, minor triumph.
Now, “they” can tax us for not doing something. Can you imagine where that could lead? The prisoners are lastly in charge of the asylum!
And, this was from a judge who claimed judges should be umpires or referees, and who declared he wished to merge the Court.
High court turns down part of Arizona immigration law( metronews.ca).