Filed under: Democrat Corruption, Health Care, Law, Progressivism, Taxes, The United States | Tags: Constitutional Limits, The Arrogant Administration, The Supreme Court
Here is Obama’s Chief of Staff Jack Lew, asserting the denial in the administration of the Supreme Court verdict. If the law forces those who are unwilling to buy government health insurance to pay a tax as a penalty — taxes are more easily disposed of.
Obama doesn’t want to be seen as a baldfaced liar; yet we have extensive evidence of his claim that he will not raise taxes on the middle class, that you can keep your health insurance if you like what you have, and that you can keep your doctor. All hooey. Seventy-five percent of the cost of ObamaCare will fall on those making less than $120,000 a year. And that’s on top of the Tax Armageddon that arrive on January 1, 2013.
Cato says that taxes are of three types — income, excise, or direct. Each type must meet specified constitutional constraints. Because the mandate penalty tax under PPACA does not satisfy any of the constraints, it is not a valid tax.So the law could be challenged on that basis. Or it becomes much easier for Congress to repeal. It’s going to be interesting.
Don’t miss the Solicitor General’s testimony before the Supreme Court. It’s a tax, a tax, a tax.
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