Understanding the ACA Arguments
doughr at udallas.edu
Thu Mar 29 19:41:45 PDT 2012
Actually, I think that it worked the other way around; the Tea Party
picked up the legal debate (or at least political debate) that had already
focused on it. Don't have time to look it up, though... (So, I'm not off
the hook, but I'll do it later).
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 9:01 PM, Mae Kuykendall
<mae.kuykendall at law.msu.edu>wrote:
> Quoting Charles Fried: "I was appalled to see that at least a couple of
> them were repeating the most tendentious of the Tea Party type arguments,”
> Fried said. “I even heard about broccoli. The whole broccoli argument is
> beneath contempt. To hear it come from the bench was depressing.”
> Apparently Scalia, a judge often admired for a sharp intellect, virtually
> quoted arguments concocted and purveyed by Rush Limbaugh.
> I share a sense of depression with my former contracts professor. mk
> >>> Daniel Hoffman <guayiya at bellsouth.net> 3/29/2012 6:27 PM >>>
> Some say it's revolutionary to let government order us to do something.
> How about the "Reduce Speed" signs in the interstate?
> Those don't even require a purchase, so how do they regulate commerce?
> --- On *Thu, 3/29/12, Robert Sheridan <rs at robertsheridan.com>* wrote:
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