Over the past year, we have continued to maintain on our website several clear reasons for why we believe Congress should repeal ObamaCare.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) which became law on March 23, 2010 took an unprecedented and unconstitutional action. The PPACA requires nearly every American to purchase acceptable insurance or face a penalty from the IRS. Several states have filed lawsuits challenging portions of the PPACA, specifically the individual mandate, as unconstitutional. We have filed amicus briefs in both of the Virginia and Florida cases. We also represent five plaintiffs in federal court challenging the unconstitutionality of the law.
After his “glib” apology before Congress this week for calling the American people “stupid,” ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber attempted to dodge, duck, dip, dive, and … dodge every substantive question that came his way. He refused to answer even the simplest questions like how much ( millions )
From day one, we have warned that the real danger of Obamacare is not in the 2,700 pages of its text (as bad as they are), but in the hundreds of thousands of pages of rules and regulations that would flow out of that text. This week provides yet another example of that danger, and it is in the...
Yesterday, liberal Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer lambasted Democrats for the political failure of both ObamaCare and the stimulus. While he certainly has not changed his core belief that government can solve all the people’s ills (and said as much), he slammed his party for its political failures.
The lesson we learn from Jonathan Gruber (the MIT professor turned high-paid ObamaCare architect who admitted the Administration deceived the public to pass ObamaCare) is that the Obama Administration will do or say anything to prop up ObamaCare. You know the litany of lies (you can keep you plan,