With respect to the constitutionality of the individual mandate under the Commerce clause and the Necessary and Proper clause, Chief Justice Roberts suggested that because inactivity is not commerce, the individual mandate is unconstitutional. None (zero, zip, zilch, nada) of the other justices agreed with him. Therefore, Roberts did not deliver the opinion of the Court.
That's because none of the other justices (zero, zip, zilch, nada) discriminated between taxpayers and non-taxpayers.
Read, and learn: How Chief Justice Roberts Saved America
posted on 07/11/2012 12:54:20 AM PDT
(One who commands, must obey.)
I’ve read your analysis. It’s crap, IMHO.
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