Martha McSally’s comment on United States Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare
“Like many Americans, I am shocked that the Supreme Court total upheld Obamacare’s mandate as a tax. Called the Affordable Care Act, it is anything but affordable for American citizens and businesses. I am deeply troubled that the Obama administration did not sell this legislation to the American people as a tax and promised it would not raise taxes, yet defended the law to the Supreme Court as a tax instead of activity under the “commerce clause“. We now need to work to repeal this 2,700 page law that was crammed through Congress without reading and seriously focus on federal, state, local, and private initiatives that will bring the cost of health care down to make it affordable and available for everyone before it bankrupts our country and Americans. I will read through the decision and provide more extensive comments.”
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Posted on June 28, 2012, in Church & State and tagged Commerce Clause, Martha McSally, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, United States Supreme Court. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.