The Supreme Court may have ruled ObamaCare is constitutional, but implementing the controversial federal law would become a crime in South Carolina if a bill passed by the state House becomes law.
The bill, approved Wednesday by a vote of 65-39, declares President Obama's signature legislation "null and void." Whereas the law that Obama pushed and Congress passed is known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, South Carolina's law would be known as the Freedom of Health Care Protection Act.
Thank you SC, I believe you might lead the nation in the second secession, like you did the first time. And this time, the South will win.
posted on 05/03/2013 8:58:18 AM PDT
(Ben Carson/Rand Paul in 2016)
To: ExCTCitizen; l8pilot; 2A Patriot; 2nd amendment mama; 4everontheRight; 77Jimmy; ...
As mentioned by ExCTCitizen in #12 above, SC was the first state to succeed. Perhaps we'll lead the way again? I'm more than up for it.
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posted on 05/03/2013 10:47:58 AM PDT
(To the faceless, jack-booted government bureaucrat who just scanned this post: SCREW YOU!)
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