Monday, December 13, 2010


As you've no doubt heard by now, federal judge Henry E. Hudson has (correctly, in our opinion) ruled that Dear Leader's Four Year Plan to require all citizens of the U.S. to purchase a product they may or may not wish to own is indeed unconstitutional.

This sets up an inevitable Supreme Court challenge over the issue, and we like our chances there.


Bike Bubba said...

Who knew that there were any judges who remembered the 10th Amendment? :^)

Anonymous said...

The judge is both in conflict of interest and wrong (the wrong part is championed by conservatives).

Bike Bubba said...

Your source needs a little work, anonymous--and congratulations on having the courage of your convictions by not providing any identifying information, by the way. "Necessary and Proper" by no means extends the power of government beyond the actual wording of a clause, but rather only extends to, duh, what is necessary and proper.

Put another way, if you told Madison, author of the Commerce Clause, that his words ought to be used to compel people to buy a product, he would have told you you were out of your mind. They'd just fought a war over whether a king could compel people to do business with certain vendors, more or less.