A Virgina judge has ruled that the new health care law is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson gave conservative Americans a small victory on Monday. Two other judges, a federal judge in Michigan and a federal judge in West Virginia had ruled in favor of the current administration's healthcare law. A federal judge in Pensacola Florida is set to hear a case filed by 20 attorney generals. That will be the biggest challenge to Obamacare.
That is why I say it is a small victory. Liberals still have two judges on our one. Hopefully that will change. Now liberals are probably asking themselves. What kind of judge would rule that Obamacare, the healthcare plan that is supposed to save all and cure all, yet words like "doughnut" hole are used to describe its so called universal coverage, was unconstitutional?
I'll tell you what kind of judge would do that. One of those darn crazy judges who actually believes in this old piece of paper that our country was founded on. That old piece of paper that gives the power to the people. The piece of paper that allows the people to get rid of the government if they deem the government has too much power.
Let's Break It Down:
What does UNCONSTITUTIONAL mean. Maybe if we understand what unconstitutional means then we can see how this healthcare law is in fact unconstitutional. Let me break it down a little for those in the class who may not understand. The rest of you please be patient. Un- means the opposite of; contrary to. Constitution means the fot in accord with the principles set forth in the constitution of a nation or state. Either way you look at it both describe Obamacare. It just goes against the principles of this country.
Now most liberals might say, well its in everybody's best interest. Really? Is the doughnut hole just something "truthers" are just making up? Or does it leave some people out? Is Obama care going to cover those who are struggling to pay their mortgages so they can't afford the coverage? Or will they be punished with a "tax" because federal law penalizes those who do not purchase the product? Is that in their best interest?
Don't get me wrong. Something had to be done about the out of control healthcare system here in the US but socialized medicine was not the answer. Regulating medical malpractice pay outs would help make healthcare affordable for more Americans , eliminating the miles and miles of billing paperwork would help, regulating what doctors and hospitals could charge for an Asprin would help, eliminating billing fraud would go a long way and some agents might not want to hear this but regulating, not limiting commissions would also help make coverage affordable. Health Insurance is a very lucrative business. Liberals are jumping up right now and blaming it and everything that is wrong with this world on capitalism. They must think that the lab tops and smart phones they are reading this on are all thanks to socialism. Oh wait. Let me say it right. Thanks to social programs.
After it is all said and done I like many others find that forcing people to participate in socialized medicine is just plain Un-American. There is nothing that resembles apple pie about it. Obamacare is more like a mud pie and we are all getting our faces shoved in it.