More States on Board With ObamaCare Lawsuit

The list is at 26 and growing.

Six more states joined a lawsuit in Florida against President Obama’s health care overhaul on Tuesday, meaning more than half of the country is challenging the law.
The announcement was made as House members in Washington, led by Republicans, debated whether to repeal the law.

The six additional states, all with Republican attorneys general, joined Florida and 19 others in the legal action, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said.

“It sends a strong message that more than half of the states consider the health care law unconstitutional and are willing to fight it in court,” she said in a statement.

The states claim the health care law is unconstitutional and violates people’s rights by forcing them to buy health insurance by 2014 or face penalties.

……Joining the coalition in the Florida case were: Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Ohio, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

The other states that are suing are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Washington.

There are many reasons why ObamaCare is unconstitutional, not the least of which is the violation of the 10th Amendment.
By the time B. Hussein is out of office in 2012, ObamaCare should be pretty well shredded.

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1 thought on “More States on Board With ObamaCare Lawsuit”

  1. Good news! Now on to the abuse of Executive power that is happening with the defacto Cap & Trade order coming out of the EPA despite Congressional and court disapproval and the FCC regulating the internet.

    This progressive scumbag can’t have his practices shot down too soon. He is using a scatter gun on the Constitution and the rest of us have to step up.

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