Skip to comments.ObamaCare headed back to Supreme Court
Posted on 10/08/2012 10:24:20 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
On the day Barack Obama signed his ObamaCare bill into law, Matthew Staver, the Founder and Dean of the Liberty University School of Law filed one of the first private lawsuits against the new Act, claiming ObamaCare mandated the forced, direct funding of abortion, a clearly unconstitutional violation of the free exercise of religion.
Though the Universitys lawsuit has been held up by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals which argued that the Anti-Injunction Act prevented the court hearing the merits of the case, that barrier was torn down by the June Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare. As a result, Liberty immediately renewed its petition that the Supreme Court review its case.
And on Monday, the first day of the new term, the Supreme Court ordered the Department of Justice to respond to Liberty Universitys suit. That means the Justices are taking very seriously the Liberty University charge that...
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Is the general assumption that the penalty is now imposed on specific people’s religious beliefs? Just curious.
Matt Staver and Liberty Council are great lawyers. They almost always win in the end.
If a public school tries to restrict the civil liberties of students, a call from LC IA usually all it takes to resolve the matter.
June 28, 2012 - Roberts Traitor Day.
Why...How..can a law exempt certain..religious groups...Obamacare does!...This needs to be the basis of a lawsuit and the basis to strike down all of Obamacare!
The only thing to be decided here is just how creative John Roberts is gonna have to get this time in order to rubber-stamp another approval.
If Roberts can repeat his performance of June, then we can apply for church doctrine through Holder.
Does anyone really think anus roberts will stand up for the Constitution or the American People?
Since the Supremes ruled Obamacare is a tax, doesn’t it constitute a large tax increase on the middle class?
“They almost always win in the end.”
I hope you are correct. Obembacare could well be axed in the Supreme Court but the Congess and Senate will never do it.
Freebies have never...NEVER...been repealed. Newt was able to roll them back in the ‘90s but never have freebies been repealed by the Congress and Senate. They want the votes for reelection.
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