Ruth Marcus, the Health Care Reform Bill, the Commerce Clause, and the Ensuing Nonsensical Result

The health care reform bill that passed the House of Representatives, as well as the language in the Senate’s health care reform bill, have generated an unhealthy and contentious debate regarding the limited versus unlimited powers of the federal government. This is a debate about the soul of the United States. The heart and soul of the Constitution and this country’s founding principles are threefold: 1) individual rights and liberty, 2) free market ideas and national free trade, and 3) an expressly limited federal government. Barack Obama and the Democratic Party have shepherded Congress’ blatant usurping of the Constitution by violating all three of the above founding principles, which would be unprecedented, if not for FDR’s monarchical reign.

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The Reasons Democrats Write Unconstitutional Laws

There are two distinct methods the Democrats have used to write unconstitutional laws. The first is through malice. This method has been employed since FDR by the continuous chipping away with the uncontested usurping of the document by a political sect that harbors a stalwart disdain and insolent disposition regarding the Constitution, its limited constraints on the federal government, and by proxy, the Founding Fathers. Currently Barack Obama and his acolytes in Congress have elevated this method to FDR wholesale levels.

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