Greens have understandably concluded they can get what they want, restrictions on all energy use, in the courts of justice if not in the court of public opinion.
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But how does taking pictures get classified as public accommodations? Because getting your picture taken is classified as “an essential service” in New Mexico.
The biggest solace for conservatives in this is that the ruling is most likely Obama’s death knell. Running against the Supreme Court was his last best hope. Now that he no longer has that option, his chances are as slim as they have ever been.
An over the top Supreme Court has given the green light to an out of control Progressive Administration, and as of today there are no checks and there is no balance.
If there was any reminder needed of what is at stake in this presidential election, the fractured vote upholding the mandate is it.
Obamacare is a massive federal power grab and the largest tax increases ever imposed on the American economy.
Today, the fate of more than three hundred million Americans has been sealed. This is particular true of older Americans who, if the law is not repealed, will learn to their dismay that they cannot have essential medical care if bureaucrats conclude it is too costly. Others will die waiting to be admitted to hospitals to mitigate cancers and other life threatening diseases.
Obamacare now officially the largest tax increase in history. In a lengthy and complicated ruling states cannot be penalized for not adding new people to Medicaid. Can we afford this insanity?
Since the EPA has long ignored the disagreement among the scientific community regarding the EPA’s classification of CO2 as a pollutant as well as the magnitude of man-made warming, industry groups contested that the courts should reverse the EPA’s ruling on the grounds that it was arbitrary and capricious.
[T]he Supreme Court of the United States summarily reversed an opinion of the Montana Supreme Court allowing Montana’s legislature to ban political expenditures paid for by corporations. – National Review Online