Monday, March 22, 2010

Virginia to sue over healthcare reform.

In a Reuters article, it says that
Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli, a Republican, said on Monday that Congress lacks authority under its constitutional power to regulate interstate commerce to force people to buy insurance. He said the bill also conflicts with a state law that says Virginians cannot be required to buy insurance.

'If a person decides not to buy health insurance, that person by definition is not engaging in commerce,' Cuccinelli said in recorded comments. 'If you are not engaging in commerce, how can the federal government regulate you?'

Then I received an email about how 40 odd states have called for a Convention, but because they've not concerned the same matter they've not been tabulated.

It seems that this is the time to voice your concerns and to vote for a return to the Constitution. We were given a Republic by the framers of the Constitution and we need to fight to get it back. Vote for the Independent American candidates here in Nevada and the Constitution Party candidates elsewhere.

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