posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 08:15 PM
There is no legislation yet, so nothing is technically unconstitutional.
Once reconciliation occurs between the two Houses and the bill in its final form is presented to the president, will be the only time that the
American public will see it in its entirety.
If the bill has a provision to require everyone to maintain a form of insurance or else you will be penalized, then yes, I believe we will see a
Supreme Court challenge.
Reason being is there is nothing we are REQUIRED to purchase and the federal government cannot compel the free citizens to purchase something in order
to be considered a lawful citizen.
Please do not point out things like Auto Insurance, Home Insurance, etc. Those things are not required to be a citizen. If you do not wish to
purchase such items, do not own a house.
I believe with the current makeup of the Court and a strong case against the bill, the legality and constitutionality of requiring people to maintain
health insurance will be struck down.