Obama's health care law, assailed as an
abuse of federal power in a 26-state
lawsuit, was ruled unconstitutional by a
U.S. Judge who said Congress overstepped
its authority to regulate commerce.
U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson in
Pensacola, Florida, declared the entire law
unconstitutional today in a 78-page
opinion. He said the law's provision
requiring Americans over 18 to obtain
insurance coverage exceeded Congress'
powers under the commerce clause of the
Florida filed suit on behalf of 13 states
on March 23, the same day Obama signed into
law the legislation intended to provide the
U.S. with almost universal health-care
coverage. Seven states joined the suit last
year, and six this year. Virginia sued
separately on March 23 and Oklahoma filed
its own suit on Jan. 21.
"Regardless of how laudable its attempts
may have been to accomplish these goals in
passing the act, Congress must operate
within the bounds established by the
Constitution," the judge wrote. "This case
is not about whether the act is wise or
unwise legislation. It is about the
constitutional role of the federal
The ruling by Vinson, who was named to the
federal bench by President .....
Billionaire real estate mogul and reality
TV star Donald Trump tells Newsmax he is
considering a run for president in 2012
because he "hates what is happening to this
In the first part of his wide-ranging
interview, Trump ripped China, OPEC,
President Obama's Middle East policies, and
more. Now he takes aim at the banks, oil
prices, Obamacare, the weak dollar, and
American diplomats, asserts it is "insane"
to spend fortunes in other countries when
the United States is in dire need of
rebuilding, and says if someone is going to
take over the oil in Iraq, "maybe it should
... Trump reveals what he would say to
Obama if he were to meet the president:
"You can do better."
Trump would also tell him he should not
hire "diplomats to negotiate with the Red
Chinese, because we're dealing with people
who truly are not only smart, they're great
natural negotiators. They're not our
friends. They're looking to strip us of
everything they can strip us of...
In one week, Senator Rand Paul has taken
several bold and proactive steps in getting
our nation’s fiscal house in order.
followed through on his campaign pledge
when he introduced $500 billion in
spending cuts to be enacted in one
He also introduced legislation allowing
for a full audit of the Federal Reserve,
which would deliver answers to the
American people about how their money is
being spent in Washington.
On Thursday, Sen. Paul was joined by
Sens. Jim DeMint (S.C.), Mike Lee (Utah),
Pat Toomey (Pa.), and Jerry Moran (Kan.)
during the first ever meeting of the
Senate Tea Party Caucus.
response to President Obama's State of
the Union Address, Sen. Paul broadcast
his own message ..... Click below to see
full Video and more .....
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