The mandate is not about interstate commerce—that’s another Democratic lie

Sage McLaughlin writes:

The Solicitor General is stuck arguing that Congress has the authority to compel people to engage in transactions, not in order to regulate interstate commerce as such, but in order to repair the massive damage done to commerce by Congress’ very own act.

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Posted by Lawrence Auster at March 29, 2012 02:00 PM | Send

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