Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Even More on Obamacare

From the WSJ - "Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, representing the government, struggled to outline a workable principle that would limit the ability of Congress to require people to make other kinds of purchases in the future."


It's not that Mr. Verrilli struggled with the words, or had trouble communicating his ideas about a limit.  The problem is that there would be no limit on federal power if Congress can coerce you into health insurance.


  1. A good video on the subject:


  2. SCOTUS Blog is also a good source of info. The WSJ posted continual updates on its blog the past three days. Good stuff.

    Intratrade odds have the Court overturning the individual mandate at 62%. There is hope!