Judge Hudson’s Ethics, Health Reform’s Future and a Libertarian Nightmare

December 14, 2010


4 Responses to “Judge Hudson’s Ethics, Health Reform’s Future and a Libertarian Nightmare”

  1. Old Man Dotes on December 14th, 2010 3:31 pm

    The American judiciary system now consists of political appointees who will produce whatever decisions the Corporations pay for. End of America’s illusion of democracy. Welcome to the New China.

  2. Richard Stands on December 15th, 2010 12:36 am

    Good to see that at least one judge has ruled that “regulate commerce” is not the same as “do anything they like”.

  3. Dan on December 15th, 2010 11:52 am

    I suppose then that you have no problem when the federal government uses the interstate commerce clause to fight back marijuana freedoms, or uses it to increase restrictions on abortion. Using the President’s rationalization that all American’s are de facto a part of interstate health care costs whether they choose to take out insurance or not it is opening Pandora’s Box. Under such a ruling, nothing stops a national ban on certain foods, mandates on exercise, or overruling any state’s drug legalization laws. Thank your lucky stars Libertarians exist to secure the social freedoms leftist say they hold so dear. When you increase federal powers for the liberal agenda you also increase federal powers for the conservative agenda. Now that the Republicans are regaining strength you should be concerned about federal powers more than ever.

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