Skip to comments.PeopleV.US Files Comprehensive Suit on ObamaCare (violates 60% of the Bill Of Rights)
Posted on 09/06/2010 9:29:01 AM PDT by Libloather
PeopleV.US Files Comprehensive Suit on ObamaCare
ObamaCare violates 60% of the Bill Of Rights
Press Release Source: PeopleV.US On Wednesday September 1, 2010, 8:03 am EDT
LAS VEGAS, Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Las Vegas Attorney Joel Hansen filed in Federal District Court today a lawsuit on behalf of PeopleV.US and several individuals challenging the constitutionality of the "Patients Protection and Affordable Care Act" (PPACA) otherwise known as ObamaCare. The suit alleges that ObamaCare violates 60% of the Bill of Rights making this the most comprehensive suit filed against the Act. Hansen, a Constitutional attorney says, "It's time to stop the erosion of the rights of the people."
The Attorney General suit addresses state rights, which is within their mandate as Attorney General. It is the job of Attorney Generals to protect states rights as written under the tenth amendment. However, the suit filed today by PeopleV.US addresses individual rights as stated mainly in the first ten amendments to the Constitution commonly known as the Bill of Rights. Tony Dane, Chairman of PeopleV.US stated, "Congress did not look to the Constitution before passage of this act. We need to hold our elected official feet to the fire in defending the only document that protects us from government controlling our lives."
PeopleV.US is a non profit organization that was set up for the sole purpose of defending the Constitution against those law makers who have created legislation that violate the document they have taken an oath to uphold. This suit not only addresses the commerce clause, but freedom of religion, due process, and the rights of the people all of which the Patients Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) violates.
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Never heard of 'em.
No standing. Dismissed.
60%? Considering that the Constitution grants the Federal government NO POWER AT ALL to act as an insurance agency or a health care provider I would say this law violates 100% of the entire Constitution, and then some.
Mandarins never see the light until the pavilions are burning.
Grammar nitpick: that would be "Attorneys General."
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