So many people do not seem to understand that this is a good thing ! The SCOTUS is not supposed to legislate !

He showed Judicial Restraint

To correct this problem Congress must be put on the hot seat and not be allowed to pass the buck !

You want Obama and Obamacare gone then make it happen this November in the voting booth

Want to really make sure it happens

Write to your congress-critter every week and open that bill fold and send money to a conservative candidate running for Congress or the senate ! and get out and prove you are willing to do more and get involved and even go door to door and pass out literature and put a sign in your yard too.

We can clean house if you get with the program and quit sitting on your fat lazy asses

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Comment by Joseph Whitworth Smith on July 3, 2012 at 9:58am

The Supreme Court, in Smith v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, heard this:


"’While it isn’t written in the Constitution,’ declared FDR in 1933, ‘nevertheless, it is the inherent duty of the Federal Government to keep its citizens from starvation.’"


The Supreme Court heard this, a quote of Justice Brandeis, a Roosevelt appointee:


"Property is only a means. It has been a frequent error of our Court that they have made the means an end."


Justice Roberts doesn't support your right to property. Next it will be your right to life.


Comment by Joseph Whitworth Smith on July 3, 2012 at 9:17am

I'v not claimed to be a Christian. I've said many times I'm not Christian. Jesus wasn't Christian. I believe in Jesus. 

The favor Roberts did was to enrage us. America is in a crucial election year. Half of the nation supports government entitlement.  The other half does not support the present system of redistribution of wealth. There is no clear-cut answer, but the majority is against Obama’s health care plan.

Four conservative justices on the Supreme Court, dissenting in the strongest of terms, hold Obamacare to be unconstitutional. Conservative Chief Justice Roberts decided, on his own, how to allow for Obamacare. His four conservative colleagues call his argument weak.

Liberals called Obamacare’s mandate, that the individual must buy health care insurance, under the commerce clause, ignoring the fact that the Constitution is one of enumerated powers and not general, ignoring the fact that never before had Congress thought the individual must buy something he or she did not want to buy, This is a totally new idea in the way the individual spends his own sweat—by law forced to buy something he doesn’t want, actually saying the producer’s work is government’s to take at will. The Commerce Clause gives government the right to regulate commerce, not to control the economy.    

Justice Roberts’ tiebreaking decision made Obamacare a tax, giving Congress the authority to tax unlimitedly, saying a producer has no right to any of his sweat.

The black slave Dred Scott was held by the Court to be property, the same as a mule or a cow, and now the Supreme Court, by Justice Roberts’ sudden change of opinion, says the individual has zero right to property. He is a tax slave.

In the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson wrote, “the separation and equal Station to which the Law of Nature and Nature’s God entitle them,” entitle me, in that I’m “endowed by their (my) Creator with certain unalienable rights.”  One of those rights would by common sense be to exist on the fruits of my own labor.  Justice Roberts “weak argument” says I don’t have the right to one penny of my own work. 

Actually, Justice Roberts says the American people are weak willed. He says it is up to us to vote the present politicians out of office. He says it is up to us to vote into office politicians that will repeal government entitlements in their entirety. Government entitlement goes against every premise of our Constitution. You don’t hear that from politicians.

Personal responsibility and self-reliance are at an all-time low. I don’t advocate pushing grandma over a cliff. I don’t advocate leaving little children to go hungry. To the contrary, it is criminal what we have done to our children. We must phase out government entitlements the way they were phased in—cease to make new workers responsible for past mistakes. Let new workers be entitled to a standard American existence before taxing them. Let those with more than a standard American existence bear the tax burden for that which we have wrought on our children. That is the only fair thing to do.

We who are of normal mental and physical health, who were created with reason and logic, must cease to look to government for help. The rich don’t deprive the poor. They help the poor by providing jobs. We must support free enterprise and the right to be successful.  Give your full support to free enterprise and the wrong we’ve done will be history. Once again, America will become the world’s leader.

I give you my own life to bear witness. My belief in my Constitution, and my action—no thanks to the Supreme Court—has greatly rewarded me.


Comment by James C. Watson DC on July 2, 2012 at 6:56am


I love to discuss Healthcare with folks who are addicted to the belief that  American Health Care is worth the price or delivers good care. [it does not]  You seem to claim to be Christian but you put your health care in the hands of people who think that they know more than the one who CREATED your body.

The sham of healthcare is that you think you need it when you do not.

Do the drugs they push for Cholesterol or high Blood Pressure actually prolong life or provide Quality of life [ no they are not proven to by statistics ]

Our medical system is actually 2 systems

The Emergency care for injuries is top shelf

The Preventive care model sucks


You want Quality of life

Eat healthy [not in excess] and avoid artificial stuff and exercise .  and avoid the MD's like the plague


So why does your MD push the drugs ?



Comment by Joseph Whitworth Smith on July 1, 2012 at 12:30pm

Making Obamacare constitutional "awakened a sleeping giant," no thanks to the Superme Court or the other two branches of the Federal Government.  It is going to cost those who can least afford it, the young entry-level worker who can't afford a tax to get health care insurance.


In 1975, with a personal stake in the outcome, I took my case of unaffordable tax to the Supreme Court. The Court refused to hear me. I took the court record to the press. A front page story was printed. The government heard me and ate crow. I've written a book of memoirs, In Earth as It Is in Heaven.It will be available in July.

Comment by James C. Watson DC on June 30, 2012 at 12:48pm

Love  it

Democrats have just touched the 3rd rail of politics 

They cut some Medicare funding to fund Obama care as well as adding a Big tax increase in a recession



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