I’m confused: in what way is a tax - backed up by armed IRS agents - not a “mandate”?
The court never said mandates were unconstitutional, they just said it could not be required under the commerce clause.
It is in fact a mandate which is enforced through a tax imposed for non-compliance. This would appear to open the door to all types of mandates backed by an unlimited ability to tax.
Cuccinelli claims individual liberty was preserved with this ruling. It’s still coercion which negates individual liberty no matter how it’s spun or what it’s called.
His rethink makes no sense.