The Supreme Court Must Expedite Obamacare

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For the good of the United States of America, the Supreme Court must expedite the hearing of the Constitutionality of Obamacare. It is apparent that Obama and his Justice Department are well aware that is it un-Constitutional because they are fighting tooth and nail to stop it from being heard immediately Disgusting!

The Obama administration told the Supreme Court on Monday night it should stay away from a high-profile challenge to the 2010 health care law until after a lower court has had a chance to review the case.

Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal wrote, “there is no basis for short-circuiting the normal course of appellate review.” Katyal also says Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s case is problematic because he may lack sufficient standing to challenge the health care law.

The Supreme Court normally takes cases only after they’ve been reviewed at least once by appellate judges. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says that’s not appropriate in this instance.

If the Supreme Court wants to once again show that there are indeed THREE branches of government. If they want to once again show that they have the final say on what is Constitutional, then they will hear this case, immediately. Obamacare is a nightmare on steroids for the very meaning of America, freedom. Obamacare was shoved down the collective throats of Americans by one party, and one party only. Never had such a massive undertaking been passed by one party and this should not stand. It is un-Constitutional and I pray for the Supreme Court to have the strength to hear arguments on it, immediately!

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bobmontgomery
March 15, 2011 11:25 am

Thanks, Jaded, and can we also say that our new congressional majority has a duty in representing the people beyond just casting a vote in favor of defunding page 36 or page 1,752 of Obamacare. What is preventing those we elected from, individually, or collectively in caucus, *demanding* in the name of their constituents that challenges to O’care be fast-tracked to SCOTUS?