Isn’t part of the health care plan an individual mandate requiring people to have health insurance (either the government plan or from a private company)? Where does the Constitution give the federal government the authority to require a person to give part of his or her wealth to a third party? (Since 1913, the 16th amendment has allowed the government to require people to give money to itself, but that’s different.)
The President and members of Congress used to seriously take their oaths to support and defend, . . . for they are just as responsible to do so as any court. With socialists running both the executive and Congress and at least four of them on the Supreme Court, it doesn't bode well for the republic.
The individual mandate violates the “contracts clause” of the 13th Amendment. By coercing citizens to enter into a contract with an insurance company they have committed us to indentured servitude. This was decided in Reynolds vs United States where the SCOTUS defined the “wheel of servitude”.