Skip to comments.Pelosi on Obamacare: I Knew Ted Kennedy ‘Would Go to Heaven and Help Us Pass the Bill’
Posted on 06/29/2012 7:12:06 AM PDT by marshmallow
(CNSNews.com) House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday that Its pretty exciting that the Supreme Court upheld the health-care laws individual mandate as a tax, saying now Sen. Ted Kennedy can rest in peace.
I knew that when he left us he would go to heaven and help pass the bill, Pelosi said of the late Massachusetts Democratic senator.
Now I know he was busily at work until this decision came down, inspiring one way or another. And now he can rest in peace.
Pelosi, who had previously predicted a 6-3 victory for Obamacare, said the decision was no surprise. The Minority Leader cited interstate commerce in defending the constitutionality of the law, despite the Supreme Courts ruling that the mandate is not justified under the Commerce Clause.
We thoughtwe knew we were on solid ground in terms of interstate commerce, solid ground in terms of the constitution, it was just a question of what the vote would be, she said. And with that confidence we happily embraced the decision that came down.
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(Voice of Chris Farley): For the love of all that is holy, put a barf alert on this thread!!!
She’s not well. Seriously.
Simple logic and reason and a knowledge of the Bible's teachings tell me that you are right.
I did not know that unrepentant murderers went to Heaven!
One day she will see him in “heaven”.
Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo...
I'm sure that Obamacare is the last thing that is on what is left of his mind.
Wide is the gate that leads to destruction and these pro-abortion monsters need to know that belonging to the Catholic church that refuses to excommunicate them will not stop it.
I’d bet she never got into a car that he was driving.
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