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So are you clerks for.
-- Doubt that Obama.
And the court that I loved watching that last night analyst into the entire oral argument.
And the great thing about this is blend -- when the administration -- turn now.
Think about that -- is the administration then this guy ever really out Donald early.
And the New York Times reports that mr.
her really seem to taken aback by the hostile -- that cents.
You received from the court's conservative he got off to a rocky start never been to quite defined it's putting on pretty good metaphor -- -- -- administration okay.
Not ever really supposedly -- then moved courted innovative practice about sessions to days and weeks before -- an argument as historic as this one.
-- but that beat surprise you could just hostile receptions.
From the court conservative jurists that is the most mind boggling thing if someone who.
Who watched Gallagher -- hundred oral argument over the years.
That a -- observation from even the New York Times it's stunning to that.
-- -- and -- are talking about this earlier and it seems correct me if I'm wrong and I'm sure -- It seems this mandating.
Driven by insurance Paula.
It seems that seems like a noble idea wanted to insure everybody different war whenever we're not for the fact that is probably unconstitutional.
Yeah yeah -- you can -- like -- that the the goal.
They're the gold is not very -- optical Greg Goldberg.
The government may be people should be healthier maybe they should.
In better shape -- -- -- better all sorts of things that there's a lot of noble ideas and noble goals and ways to achieve that.
But you know we have -- have a constitutional republic furry Obama and that the framers were very concerned about an overarching federal president.
That would become something very different from the limited government that we envisioned when he -- the country and and today the government mandating insurance could be tomorrow the government mandating something quite different.
And that doesn't seem quite as noble but is is actually oppressive to individual freedom and and right.
And I think that critical part of this argument yesterday we're really demonstrated how a certain the government argument was that one Justice Breyer.
Yet made a point oh well it isn't possible.
carbon with addressing my carbon with arguing that individual plaintiff.
And you could it possible to put these people enter the marketplace just by the the very fact that they're they have a have been more in the and my current and it gets back get a deal done and look that the -- the -- Well they don't care if it being Boren is entering the marketplace.
Then that literally mean that they can regulate every human activity.
From cradle to grave.
And I don't want to lose slippery slope argument or that vitamin -- -- -- however your reports.
Well object to my question is.
All -- all what do you -- what do you think what are you prefer.
I prefer that the government not expanded -- -- on the constitutional power and that that the the premarket.
It is you know the outcome of these cases.
-- -- health care a constitutionally guaranteed right anymore than.
-- -- any more than a -- constitutionally.
We guaranteed right to you know eat a well balanced meal drama and just makes it makes it it makes him a pat and I sent -- to -- a laudable -- are I get that.
But today it's it's permitted under under the regulation of interstate commerce that you must engage -- -- commerce.
They -- -- -- that well.
-- it certainly accept sort of one has to be aware of the reality of the situation on the reality is that if you grow to the emergency room -- -- -- -- until taxes.
Required over there on a daughter's -- and stuff.
And I and MI insurance government don't wanna was.
I didn't know what to cope there was so -- said to.
The woman while all just -- -- like an idiot and I had a my express American starstruck there was over 4000 dollars will now.
My question is what if I didn't have any money mortified and have an insurance is still have to treat him as always gonna pay for all of.
Is still he's -- he's still would get treated -- you know the hospital and that eating the cost and ultimately the -- parents that beating the cost through Medicaid and and outlays that they've had to make to cover these people so that those issues I think should be addressed and will be addressed -- part of the way to address that -- -- -- -- Make sure that -- the market -- If individuals can buy something called catastrophic insurance.
And and make sure that.
State can compete not just within the state for insurance policies but battle Immelt -- Minnesota should be able to buy -- coming at a Connecticut health insurance plan.
In particular its family or his individual purposes that are.
And right now that there's the regulations -- such an economic by interest interstate.
Interstate planted it let let that -- the -- all compete with each other that's a much better way to go about it.
And people to build the Biden stepped plant he shouldn't have to buy a plan that all all encompassing -- 3.5 and you think are pretty healthy.
Consider it a competitive arguments -- of Soeharto Laura -- When -- clerked for Justice Thomas.
Almighty god we've been graced.
By the presence of Neil Cavuto and earn a studio -- A lot of panic on my favorite people bill -- a name.
He's a great guy and personally make -- -- business understandable and content to live early colonists something.
A lot count from the government to move on now he's smarter than the disease has better just lost soul.
-- thing I'm going reality show of the what did Obama family -- about a lack and Wellington.
And I'll have to I don't know -- -- -- -- -- -- I care about -- help -- on Justice Thomas.
Doesn't ask any questions they're resilient.
I have no idea I think I think.
A lot of just that -- and upn and Supreme Court oral arguments appearance America and they argument staff questions.
For the sake of asking questions not necessarily because.
They're gonna have their minds changed by the oral argument I think -- about a minute ninety I think 98%.
The justices have pretty much made up their minds on the brief themselves as arguments are kind of an exercise and down and.
I don't know you want to knowledge of the sun news -- -- initial but it but it certainly not contract and and it just a martial at very -- questions is still love to -- off about to do health and longer.
I don't think -- I think it I think give a little bit beyond that now -- you're -- -- Well the -- that you've been following what's been happening with with President Obama is.
Uncle and not -- and following -- -- -- area.
If you're a Republican president of course Maureen Dowd would be -- long columns about that.
But -- -- his arm called on young go Obama with 67.
He can -- -- -- he's written like a very ugly man except for the fact that he was arrested last fall for the Eli.
And is -- -- ordered deported from the United States in 1990.
-- Now -- you ordered deported from the United States in 1992.
And you're still here.
It's kind of -- pork or I don't know a lot of forms to -- -- and so forth but it's.
The good thing is that we can actually hang out with Obama ought to also was illegally in the United States but was granted a -- -- -- -- them are embarked on.
Another -- it seems very -- but.
The -- that that.
This with a very existing securities designated driver yeah that's -- you know.
Reality show just of the Obama extended family and that I would watch acts or.
-- we're the sales are.
Everything's great and are looking forward NBC's biggest -- there on April 3 you know -- going to be on that.
-- Michelle Obama met with the White House that turned into a reality -- under the contestants are going to be any each tram that work out -- working -- -- -- month.
And they're gonna have an April 3 extravaganza.
I don't want to -- and continue this discussion mineral bureaucrat from -- gonna bring Larry summer.
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