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Supreme Court Health Care What Might Happen

Stay tuned for links to my analysis of the Obamacare decision, but today would be an ideal day to step up and donate to Mitt. ¬†We can send a message with our wallets. ¬†Today, I’m giving the maximum personal donation, and I’m glad to do it.

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3 Responses to The Stakes of the Election Just Got Higher

  1. Dan says:

    It seems to me the individual mandate is the least offensive of the provisions of Obamacare. I haven’t been able to look at the opinion yet, but what other provisions were debated and decided? I keep hearing that the individual mandate is the primary provision that the opinion addresses. David, in your NRO article, you argued that the individual mandate was not a major concern and it was a good thing about Romneycare, and I would agree. Perhaps the idea of the individual mandate isn’t the problem, but the scope of application (state vs. federal).

    • Dan says:

      I am referring to the article “Supporting RomneyCare, Opposing ObamaCare” on 02 Mar 12. If I misunderstood your argument, please clarify.Thanks!

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