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Elena Kagan: How Can Giving a Boatload of Money to Poor People be Unconstitutional?

April 1, 2012
Vision To America

RUSH: I have the Elena Kagan sound bite.  I know that I have total, 100% credibility with you.  When I tell you something, you know it’s true.  But I want you to hear it.  This was Wednesday at the Supreme Court during the third day of oral arguments on the constitutionality of the health care reform law.  This is the most junior justice, Elena Kagan, a former solicitor general for Obama, who openly cheered the passage of Obamacare when it went through the House.  And she then worked on its defense at the Supreme Court.  She should have ethically recused herself.  But she didn’t.  And here is her opinion, in the form of a question to one of the lawyers, doesn’t matter who.  She’s talking about the commerce clause and coercion.  She doesn’t understand the argument that forcing people to buy health insurance violates the commerce clause.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. April 1, 2012 11:47 am

    Depends on who’s money you’re giving away. If she is giving away HER OWN money, that’s fine. But if they’re giving away taxpayer money, that’s criminal since most folks in this country do not suppoert Obamacare. It’s time to call these tyrants out.

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