You hit the nail on the head.
The judge is an idiot.
He's in a country where the hospitals are REQUIRED to treat the sick, regardless of their insurance status.
A law requiring insurance is only logical, and fair.
Those are State Laws, and should be dealt with on a State level.
If the choice is between a 50-100k bond or 1000$ a month for insurance, I would take out a loan for the bond, and pay it back in 2-4 years.
RomneyCare is a State making the decision, wholly Constitutional. Obamacare is the federal government declaring this, completely un-Constitutional. The difference here is that the Constitution does not enumerate a power that grants the federal government the ability to force you to buy health insurance, but it does not stop states from doing so.
When did liberals start listening to comedians for their politics
About 40 years after conservatives started listening to a shitty actor for theirs.
At least our "shitty actor" knew how to win a war.
Didn't nine times as many Democrats say no to this? Here's the link http://arstechnica.com/telecom/news/2010/05/73-democrats-tell-fcc-to-drop-net-neutrality-rules.ars
Fox News is a cable channel, and thus does not require a license from the FCC.
I use to like Glen Beck back in the lat e90's early 2000's. It seems that in the past 4 years he has ether gone off his meds, started new meds, or started drinking again. I still am pretty Right of most people I know, but I hate people comparing me to Glenn Beck or Michale Savage.
Sometimes you have to let something die in order to make something greater. If a bank can't survive because it made bad loans, let it go. If it crashes the economy for a while, we will learn from the experence. Maybe we will learn a very important leasson about risk vs. reward. The problem is we wont learn this leason. The leasson we will learn today is "Daddy Government will make it all better... for now."
I wonder why everyone thinks we have "Rights" to physical things. All "Rights" are effemeral; life, liberty, justice, freedom, religion. Nobody has a "right" to a job, money, food, shelter, or medicine. Physical things are needs and wants, not "Rights". Needs and wants need to be supplied by the person, or by charity freely given, and in a socity where their "Rights" are protected they are Free to do so.
... when fits of creativity run strong, more than one programmer or writer has been known to abandon the desktop for the more spacious floor. -- Fred Brooks