The argument to throw out our Radical-in-Chief's signature piece of legislation comes down to this:
If the Constitution of the United States was written in order to provide our government limited authority over our way of life, and the Commerce Clause buried within that Constitution is construed by the United States Supreme Court as having absolutely no limit to its authority, which the Court may well do, that Constitution is thence and forevermore null and void.
If that's the case, and if the now-nullified Constitution was considered to be the "law of the land," where do we former law-abiding citizens go from here?
To the land of Chaos. That's where.
The liberals on the Court need to step back and reflect on the really good thing their brethren have going for them here in Welfare State America. Do they really want to destroy all that with one ruling?
If so, bring it.
And reap the whirlwind.
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