The great Judge Andrew Napolitano also nailed it on Brett Bair's show tonight - when, among other brilliant observations, he pointed out this little detail: if it's a 'tax,' than it must constitutionally originate in the House. This monstrosity originated in the Senate, and would be therefore be unconstitutional characterized as a 'tax' (which it isn't anyway). Apparently the Chief Justice was in a such a rush to reach a pre-conceived conclusion, he overlooked this little flaw in his contorted reasoning. What an utter judicial abortion.
I woke up this morning still spittin' mad over this absurd clown circus.
Q: When is a mandate a tax?
A: When the President repeatedly says it isn't to get it through the Senate, the three thousand page bill no one reads uses the
DC has become a dangerously ridiculous parody of governance. Or, perhaps, the final proof of the immutable truth transmitted by my favorite all time political quote: "In a democracy, the people get the government they deserve."