Skip to comments.Tuesday Is The Last Chance To Stop ObamaCare
Posted on 11/06/2012 4:21:19 AM PST by IBD editorial writer
Tuesday's decision is about many things, but none may be more important than stopping ObamaCare from wrecking the greatest health care system in the world.
Despite repeated promises that the more we knew about ObamaCare, the more we'd like it, the law has never been less popular. Just 38% now approve of it, down from 46% when it passed in March 2010, according to the latest Kaiser Family Foundation survey.
But unless voters defeat Obama on Tuesday, they'll never get rid of his disastrous "reform."
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Today, Americans have a chance to do what the Supreme Court failed to do.
Now we have to wait for the day of, or day after inauguration of 45.
We saw Archbishop Chaput on Sunday.He said in this election it is a sin not to vote and a serious sin to vote against life.This is for Catholics.
If you know to do right, and don’t do it that is sin. It is not just for Catholics.
Taxation without representation sums up the Obamcare debacle.
A current legal case, that has been hardly noticed:
If Oklahoma wins lawsuit ‘The Whole Structure of Obamacare’ Starts to Fall Apart.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has filed a lawsuit challenging the Internal Revenue Services unlawful attempt to impose ObamaCares taxes on exempt employers and individuals. (Jonathan Adler and I plumb this issue in our forthcoming Health Matrix article, Taxation Without Representation: The Illegal IRS Rule to Expand Tax Credits Under the PPACA.)
An article in the current issue of Business Insurance cites a couple of experts on the potential impact of the lawsuit:
While the ramifications of the suit pending in the U.S. District Court in Muskogee, Okla., are huge, the challenge brought last month has gotten little attention
What is clear is that the outcome of the lawsuit could be crucial for the future of the health care reform law, observers said.
If premium subsidies are not available in federally established exchanges, No one would go to those exchanges. The whole structure created by the health care reform law starts to fall apart, said Gretchen Young, senior vice president-health policy at the ERISA Industry Committee in Washington.
The health care reform law would become a meaningless law, added Chantel Sheaks, a principal with Buck Consultants L.L.C. in Washington.
And we know how demrats tax without representation, so today’s vote is important. Go Romney/Ryan!