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Why Repealing Obama Care Isn't Enough

With June at its midpoint, the Supreme Court’s verdict on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—known more commonly as “Obamacare”—may come any day now. Among those who cherish liberty and limited federal power, hopes are high that the court will find the Constitution gives no power to Congress to compel individual citizens to purchase any product—in this case, health insurance.

However, if the Supreme Court merely overturns the insurance mandate—even if it tosses out the entire legislation that was wrapped around it—it will fall short of its duty, missing an opportunity to correct a previous high court decision that has been as disastrous in its effects at it was flawed in its logic.

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Oppresive Insurance Companies

either we allow competition and allow them to start up or we have Obamacare's insurance protections kept.

Repealing Obamacare isn't enough!

To close the Pandora's box of Commerce Clause creativity and restore the 10th amendment, the Supreme Court has to do the right thing and overturn Wickard v Filburn.