The constitutionality of the Democrats' health care bill has been called into question repeatedly . While some in Congress have scoffed at the idea that the U.S. Constitution is even relevant in the health care debate, others have been looking for ways to violate the Constitution to ensure that ObamaCare cannot be rolled back by future Congresses.
Rhetorical question: Doesn't Congress derive it's power from the U.S. Constitution? Having no other foundation on which to base its authority, a Congress that seeks to undermine the Constitution undermines itself.
As a U.S. citizen, I do not accept the authority of any "legislative body" that ignores the U.S. Constitution. If Congress ignores the Constitution, we the people should ignore Congress.
As U.S. citizens, our rights are inalienable. Anyone who even attempts to violate our rights forfeits all legitimacy and authority.
1 : to renounce allegiance or subjection (as to a government) : rebel
2 a : to experience disgust or shock b : to turn away with disgust
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The last time Congress passed such an unpopular bill with such important ramifications by such a narrow majority: 1854. The Democratic Party—and the nation—paid a heavy price.
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Strong Disapproval of Obama Now: 46%
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