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April 21, 2012
Is ObamaCare constitutional? Democrats don't seem to know...
In an op-ed in Thursday's Chicago Tribune, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) targeted alleged hypocrisy on the part of Republicans as it relates to judicial review. Pelosi, of course, infamously sneered at a question about the constitutionality of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and said we'd have to "pass the bill" so we could "find out what is in it." With this kind of record, I can't believe she'd criticize other people on judicial hypocrisy - assuming she actually read the law after it passed. To be fair, Pelosi does have a legitimate gripe when it comes to the hypocrisy of some Republicans regarding judicial review. However, that does not excuse the misleading nature of the op-ed. Instead of actually defending the alleged constitutionality of the PPACA, the House Minority Leader is continuing the effort by many high-ranking Democrats to avoid addressing the legitimate constitutional concerns in the health care law as they relate to contract...(Read Full Post)