Judges Don’t Make Laws; They Render Opinions, And States Should Ignore Bad Judicial OpinionsSubmitted by ProudAmericanFirst on Fri, 09/27/2013 - 08:56
“According to Godfatherpolitics.com, “These states are affirming their sovereignty over the Federal government. I don’t care that the Supreme Court opined that the health care law was Constitutional. The Supreme Court also ruled that a woman has the right to murder her unborn child. That was an opinion over one particular case. Judges don’t make laws; they render opinions, and states should ignore bad judicial opinions. They should also ignore bad Federal laws.”
Montana got 65% voter approval to prohibit the State or Federal government from being able to force anyone to buy health insurance. The act also prohibits any penalties from being levied on anyone that chooses not to purchase health insurance.
And Wyoming’s measure was passed and states that, “No federal or state law, rule or administrative decision shall compel, directly or indirectly, any person, employer or health care provider to participate in any health care system.”