Skip to comments.HHS: Call health care reform a law, not a bill
Posted on 02/01/2011 10:18:49 AM PST by ColdOne
Even before Mondays big news broke on the federal case in Florida, the Obama administration was telling health reform supporters to talk about health care confidently as the law of the land.
Richard Sorian, assistant secretary of public affairs for the department of Health and Human Services, said too many supporters were still referring to the Affordable Care Act as a bill.
We need to be talking all the time as to what the law is doing for people, and make sure we remind people its the law, Sorian said at a Herndon Alliance meeting with health care advocates and activists on Saturday. Its not a bill
to overturn it would be changing the law. And its not a new law. Its been working for ten months now.
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She’s right and it’s an unconstitutional law so that makes everyone who signed this law in violation of the same oath they took to protect the constitution.
Law bill whatever doesn’t matter what you call it both can be overturned and will be.BTW as I hear it the last judge laid out a 78 page statement attacking many points in it that are unconstitutional and from what I heard his srguments pretty much are irrefutable.He says straight up that if this law stands then the constitution is null and void.
If our politicians want to spend money, establish a committee to go through all of our laws and determine which ones are against the Constitution and which ones are no longer needed. How many more laws can they come up with and how many do we need?
Richard Sorian. What a Dick!
Saying Obamma is a great president doesn't make it so either.
The Barak Obama regime isn’t very disimilar to the Hosni Mubarak regime. But the American people hate despotism even more than the Egyptians. You gotta wonder how long before political protests like the Tea Party begin to grow in numbers and in confidence like the Egyptian protesters. Peaceful, but determined to stop the Constitution-hating tyrant Obama.
For years I’ve been crying for any bill created by legislaure should go to the judicial branch for a sign-off because way too much legislation becomes “accepted” as law before it ever gets a challenge. Even if we get to challenge it, we have no standing as individuals to do so.
“Are you joking?, You’re joking right?” - US Speaker of the House, January, 2010
Since the bill's current standing in Federal Court is un-Constitutional, they can't really call it "the law" anyway. Not until it's resolved in higher Courts in Obama's favor can it be called "law". And I doubt that's going to happen.
Correct. In this way, our politicians may be a little more cautious if there name is attached to something that violates the Constitution. Allow all new laws to go before a commission to determined whether it follows the Constitution before it becomes law.
Fine. Start calling it an unconstitutional law.
Fine. Start calling it an unconstitutional law. “
Exactly. Opportunity here, when they call it a “law” will be followed immediately by its full name, “unconstituional, void law”. Fact. Exposure is so delicious.
I know it’s silly on it’s face because that’s what congress was sworn to do.........but they are doing something else to this country and they don’t kiss you first.
if this law stands then the constitution is null and void.
“Progressives”, or as I like to call them communists, scoff at the constitution. Pelosi is shocked when someone brings it up. These people need to be out of OUR government and move somewhere and start their own little communist country they can rule.
When I sobered up, I did not still call them attractive.
Any member of Congress that puts a law forth and doesn’t check to see if it is Constitutional first, should be fired for not doing the job he/she was sent to Washington to do. If they want to pass a law, pass one like this.
They just throw social engineering at us, masked with a warm and fuzzy title, let it become part of our fabric knowing it is unconstitutional yet hoping they bought off enough in it's scope and mandate that we can't get the horse back in the barn.
It’s not a law I accept.