Do you agree with the Supreme Court decision on Obamacare?
It was political. They did this as a more "left-leaning" move to overshadow their recent suppression of the Montana Supreme Court's decision to uphold that state's laws on anti-corporate campaign contributions in elections. The US Supreme Court overturned 200 years of federal tradition in 2010, and again a few days ago, by considering corporations to be "American citizens" who could contribute unlimited capital to a political campaign.
I've been grappling with how it is legitimate to call the Obamacare law a tax law and not the individual mandate the makers of the law have been saying it is. It seems the Chief Justice labeled it as a tax so that the Court could remain neutral and not be the deciding entity on the whole matter.
by Sharlee 3 months ago
My question - In general, how do you feel about the right to religious freedom being used in this specific Supreme Court decision? Does one have the right to discriminate due to a religious belief? The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of a Colorado cake baker who refused to make a...
by Dan Harmon 2 years ago
Texas attorney general Ken Paxton has issued a statement that the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage is illegal. “Texas must speak with one voice against this lawlessness, and act on multiple levels to further protect religious liberties for all Texans, but most immediately do anything we can...
by Demas W Jasper 14 months ago
Are you aware that the Supreme Court decision legalizing Obamacare was a 5-4 decision? (Legal tax!)It was controversial at the time and has remained so. Democrats had the chance to make needed corrections. Republicans have that chance now. Meanwhile the original flaws are...
by Chinmay Das 4 years ago
Should the Supreme court decision of banning Homosexuality in India be reconsidered?
by Audrey Selig 4 years ago
How can Senate override Supreme Court decision by passing a new law? They are poised to do that nowIt has to do with Hobby Lobby decision.
by PrettyPanther 3 years ago
1) Chief Justice John Roberts displays judicial temperament instead of conservative pandering. Victory.2) Conservatives once again on the wrong side of history (Social Security, anyone?). Sad, but typical.3) While we (including me) often fret that it doesn't really matter who is...
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