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Old July 22nd, 2014, 12:14 PM   #31
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And the full appeals court will uphold that decision. The 3 judge DC panel made what is undoubtedly a political decision, by assuming the Democrats would write a poison pill into their own bill. No court of appeals has ever ruled along those lines, so we'll see who comes off looking stupid. In either case it will do nothing to repeal the law, and only put Republicans in an untenable situation going forward, in both state and national elections.
Show where the DC court erred instead of whining.
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Show where the DC court erred instead of whining.
From the fact that the ACA has been declared constitutional by the Supreme Court.

That's a trump card even the lower court republicans can't overturn.
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Old July 22nd, 2014, 01:22 PM   #33
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From the fact that the ACA has been declared constitutional by the Supreme Court.

That's a trump card even the lower court republicans can't overturn.
Show where the DC court erred. This federal question has nothing to do with the precious Supreme Court ruling.
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Old July 22nd, 2014, 03:13 PM   #34
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And the full appeals court will uphold that decision. The 3 judge DC panel made what is undoubtedly a political decision, by assuming the Democrats would write a poison pill into their own bill. No court of appeals has ever ruled along those lines, so we'll see who comes off looking stupid. In either case it will do nothing to repeal the law, and only put Republicans in an untenable situation going forward, in both state and national elections.
Tell me the percentage of cases the full DC court has accepted for a re-hearing.
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Old July 22nd, 2014, 05:14 PM   #35
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From the fact that the ACA has been declared constitutional by the Supreme Court.

That's a trump card even the lower court republicans can't overturn.
And just recently the ACA was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. Remember Hobby Lobby won!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So you point!!!!

This challenge to the law is different from the initial challenge which you support regarding the idea that the fine for not having health insurance is in fact a tax.

Hobby Lobby ruled on the Religious Liberty aspect of the law by forcing a company to support certain methods of birth control.

Nice try LongWinded, the Supreme Court has never ruled that the entire ACA was Constitutional.

Not sure is the is just an error on your part of just another lie, but consider many of your previous posts I go with lie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is what liberals and democrats seem so good at doing, lying their A$$es off, just like the President!!!!

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From the fact that the ACA has been declared constitutional by the Supreme Court.

That's a trump card even the lower court republicans can't overturn.
You do (no you don't you are too stupid) realize that the original suit was ONLY about the mandate don't you?
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From the fact that the ACA has been declared constitutional by the Supreme Court.

That's a trump card even the lower court republicans can't overturn.
No, the TAX WAS ruled constitutional. Remember the case was over the if it was a Tax or a fine..

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012...care-survives/

That's a trump card even the lower court republicans can't overturn.


You don't remember facts that well.


The case was did not cover the POTUS creating revenue laws via XO. Which has been just ruled unconstitutional


In other words many subides were not written into the law.. so the POTUS cannot rewrite legislation.. he has to enforceit as written.

SMACK DOWN number 15..

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No, the TAX WAS ruled constitutional. Remember the case was over the if it was a Tax or a fine..
No it wasn't.

The case was whether or not the individual mandate was Constitutional. The Supreme Court ruled that it was Constitutional by declaring the penalty a tax, something the administration had not even argued.
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No it wasn't.

The case was whether or not the individual mandate was Constitutional. The Supreme Court ruled that it was Constitutional by declaring the penalty a tax, something the administration had not even argued.
The Administration in fact argued it WASN'T a Tax.
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The Administration in fact argued it WASN'T a Tax.
The Adminstration during passage said it was not a tax that it was a fine.. (Because he said he would not raise taxes on the middle class)

In the court the Administation said it was not a fine it was a tax. Because the Court historically is very reluctant to over turn tax policies.

He played it both ways..

and Went Bi on the liberals
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