Comments I’ve posted
- Re: Doctors Hold Tea Party Against Obamacare
I went to a seminar that Morlen and Co. held at CNM’s Smith Brasher Hall in October, 2009. Mostly they complianed about the “burdensome” nature of ObamaCare, how the new rules being pushed would increase the paperwork load on doctors’ offices, and how that would drive costs (and thus end-user prices) up and up and up, but they never questioned whether or not ObamaCare was Constitutional in the first place.
Jim, you were a lawyer, once, if I recall correctly, prosecuting organized-crime figures in my hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Exactly which clause of Art.I Sec.8 of the U.S. Constitution allows the Congress to get involved in the issue of medical-care at all?
Or am I asking the wrong question here, in that our “representatives” couldn’t care in the slightest about sticking to the Constitution? That’s the impression I get from Heinrich et al.