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Rasmussen: Little Change in Repeal Poll

July 2, 2012

According to Rasmussen Reports, there was little change in the percentage of likely voters who want to see some or all of Obamacare repealed after Thursday’s landmark Supreme Court ruling.  The current 52% -39% poll has actually moved little since the law was passed over two years ago. Apparently, being deemed constitutional through some odd [...]

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Roberts: All on His Own

July 1, 2012

Take or leave CBS’s MSM reporting of this, but apparently all is not well on the Supreme Court:  CBS reports that on Obamacare, Chief Justice Roberts was going to vote with the conservatives to toss out the law, then suddenly shifted his vote a few weeks ago leading to great friction between he and (of [...]

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Obamacare Oral Arguments Begin

March 26, 2012

Obamacare finally gets its day in court!  The Supreme Court carved out three days to listen to oral arguments on this controversial piece of legislation.  Being targeted is Obamacare’s “individual mandate” provision which marks the first time our federal government has compelled citizens to purchase a product or face a penalty. So far, not so [...]

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