Thursday, 28 June 2012 09:54
Poll: Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare, do you agree?
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voteThe Healthcare legal debate for now is history.

Emotions are frayed.

Many conservatives rail against the Supreme Court Justice John Roberts for being the swing vote.  Many liberals have no concern that the Obama administration argued to the American people that the law would not be raising taxes, yet, the Court found it constitutional due to Congress's taxing authorities. 

Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch,  has sent out an email stating, "Today, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Elena Kagan have violated their oath of office to uphold the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution. Roberts’ majority opinion upholding Obamacare was not only legally wrong, but the chief justice’s failure to disqualify Justice Elena Kagan from sitting and ruling on the case – given her textbook conflict of interest in participating in the crafting of the legislation while she was Obama’s Solicitor General of the U.S. Justice Department – shows a clear-cut violation of the justices' oath of office."

 According to Klayman, he previously had "moved to have the justices disqualify Kagan. The motion and amicus brief which followed were “thrown in the trash” by Chief Justice Roberts"

After all is said and done, Obamacare is now the law of the land and Republicans are swearing to repeal it while Democrats are rallying to maintain it.

It appears that everyone has an opinion of the healthcare law which statute could now be the centerpiece of the upcoming election despite a weak economy. 

So, what is your opinion?  Do yo agree or disagree with the Supreme Court?  Take the poll below: 

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screamTell us your opinion

It's not surprising. If we stop and look at where this country is headed how could you expect anything different. The move towards socialism creeps forward ever so slowly. Liberals of today would be appauled if they actually learned the values of the true Democrats of the past. To them they would seem conservative. 

Tony Gentile Member of the Christian Party of Louisiana

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