Why only Reagan and Bush appointed judges think Obamacare is unconstitutional?

Posted on March 24th, 2011 by admin1 in political consulting firm

after 24 other judges said the law is constitutional. And one is dirty.

Surprise! Henry Hudson, the federal judge who ruled health care reform unconstitutional owns as much as $50,000 worth of stock in a GOP political consulting firm that opposes health care reform. According to financial disclosure forms spotted first by the Huffington Post and then Gawker, Hudson has made between $32,000 and $108,000 in dividends since 2003 from shares of Campaign Solutions, a firm that’s worked for anti-Obamacare crusaders like Michele Bachmann, John Boehner, Sarah Palin, and John McCain.

The law suits were brought in districts where there was a high concentration of Judges expected to rule in favor too.

The U.S. government has the power to regulate anything that effects interstate commerce. County emergency rooms are required to treat anybody from any State that comes in. Medical insurance is used across state lines. So a State can regulate what insurance their citizens have but cannot regulate what insurance if any the patients they have to treat have. That is exactly why we have the commerce clause to begin with. There are many laws that require the purchase of commercial products including that you must buy life jackets to take people on a boat and seat belts for your car.There is no chance of it being unconstitutional.

6 Comments on “Why only Reagan and Bush appointed judges think Obamacare is unconstitutional?”

  1. Beltway 8

    24? It’s two and two dummy.References :

  2. gws35

    Who appointed the judges who think it is constitutional?References :

  3. Bill Hicks

    Not all Reagan appointees think so…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4R76D95ewsReferences :

  4. Maria R

    The Obama care has no business telling people they MUST buy health coverage or risk jail time!! if this is not dictatorship, then what is? the present health care system has worked for a long time, why change it and what about the homeless who cannot afford the insurance or the very poor? Come on , this baloney health baloney must be repealed!References :

  5. The Comma,, Lady,,,,,

    Thousands said the earth was flat ,,,,,but only one said the earth was round ,,,,and the one person was right and the thousands were wrong,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,References :

  6. FOOD FIGHT!

    The law suits were brought in districts where there was a high concentration of Judges expected to rule in favor too.

    The U.S. government has the power to regulate anything that effects interstate commerce. County emergency rooms are required to treat anybody from any State that comes in. Medical insurance is used across state lines. So a State can regulate what insurance their citizens have but cannot regulate what insurance if any the patients they have to treat have. That is exactly why we have the commerce clause to begin with. There are many laws that require the purchase of commercial products including that you must buy life jackets to take people on a boat and seat belts for your car.There is no chance of it being unconstitutional.References :

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