Skip to comments.High court ends Liberty University lawsuit over health law
Posted on 12/02/2013 9:12:49 AM PST by TheBigBEdited on 12/02/2013 9:14:42 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
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Uh... the people who filed the lawsuit and millions of others tried to stop them.
They just don't have the support of any of the Parties in charge.
The AIA requires that if the law imposes a tax, the tax must first be paid before the suit can be filed, which in this case would have been after 2014. However, Liberty Counsel petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court, and the first of the three days of oral arguments dealt with their case, Liberty University v. Geithner.
it is up to Congress to act to repeal. If the Senate won’t take it up, the house should keep passing bills, one after another to make the public understand the importance of the 2014 election and a veto proof Congress.
Ted Cruz and a smattering of other Patriots in Government - not nearly enough.
It just makes it harder to know if we have one or two more elections left before it's too late (or none)....
This is the tactic of the Left; overwhelm the system with so many of their Marxist programs at one time that at least a few of them are bound to stick just by virtue of the weight of the case load being so unmanageable.
And once one sticks, they use it as a foothold for the next attack against freedom.
Why take Hobby Lobby and not this one? Hobby Lobby is a probably easier for them to rule on and say suck it up Hobby Lobby.
But Liberty being a Christian University was tougher for them to explain their reasoning so just avoid it.
Could it be that the NWO puppet in the WH has the mob’s enforcers delivering messages (threats) to any and all who appose their agenda? Justice Roberts apparently got his message a couple of years ago.
Didn’t the appeals court rule in favor of hobby lobby? If so it’s over...they will rule against them no doubt.
And flat screen televisions.
Well the tyrants are going after football in a BIG way now.
my prediction 5-4 against Hobby Lobby.
This does not seem so dire to me. They agreed to hear the case that dealt with the conscience issue alone. They can’t be expected to judge on the entire law all over again.
The argument is going to be whether the first amendment covers this kind of situation. Since we already have Citizens United, it could turn out OK.
Also, since it is a conscience issue, people are going to obey their conscience, so even if the Court looks at it politically, as they have been known to do, it would not be wise to rule against Hobby Lobby. For Hobby Lobby’s sake, and the sake of all the other corporations that are in this situation (there were over 60 lawsuits started on this issue), and for our precious rights, I am asking for a good outcome on this.
There were two cases that reached the district court level, and the decisions varied, so SCOTUS steps in.
How in the world Kennedy, Mr Libertarian individual rights, can’t see that a Christian University has a faith to practice and uphold is totally beyond me.
It’s a clear 1st amendment violation to require such an institution to go against the religion that they are a fundamental PART of, no less than a church building.
This is explained only by vehement anti-Christian sentiment.
But of course! Like this Jabba the Hut:
Shameless Load Boasts On-Air: She Lives GREAT on Welfare, 'Working is Stupid'- 'Taxpayers are Fools'
A recent caller to an Austin radio talk show ('Lucy', 32 y.o., Riverside, TX) -just one of the record 91.5M Americans who've left the US work force- bragged to the host that both she AND her husband 'don't see the need' for working these days... even though they have three young daughters. She said she prefers to live on welfare and 'benefits' so she can 'visit friends and smoke weed all day'...
Each of us runs on fumes and we run to each other ... I Run To You ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEqYsZaaeBI
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