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Arizona becoming the seven states reject its option to set up a state health insurance exchange.
Therefore defaulting to the federal government and creating a headache for DC.
Joining us is Fox News senior judicial analyst and author of Theodore and Woodrow.
How to American presidents destroyed constitutional freedom wealth but judge in your apology not out of joining us now here -- -- new book out.
But -- you thank you thank you very much it it it makes the argument just in brief veterans.
That a lot of our woes today government thinking you can write any lower regulate any behavior tax any event -- in debt began.
What they Republican and the Democrat who hate each other ran against each other a hundred years ago in the progressive era.
Woodrow Wilson theater and that's what got the ball rolling in here we are today -- we're looking at giant.
Outreach from today is what they did magnified many times I don't think they could've imagined all the debt we have today and give you one number.
Woodrow Wilson borrowed a hundred million dollars to finance World War I.
We are still paying interest on that debt not yet been paid back amazing that's when -- began.
Tax me about the health care alarm.
Now Arizona is one of the statement saying just kick it back of the -- and saying get OK one when the congress enacted the -- President Obama -- that it's -- to the states you will raise taxes.
Iran taxes annual -- bush and insurance exchange.
For people that can't or won't get insurance elsewhere.
And if you don't do so we will do so for you and we'll take the cost of it.
From what we owe you for other obligations we have to you Medicare Medicaid etc.
Supreme Court said.
That's -- -- -- you can't do it to the states.
So you can tell them to set up the exchanges and they can tell you to go take a hike and then you can pay for yourself so that's basically what's happened and why wouldn't every single state do -- -- because then they don't have the data exchange I don't have to pay for a bass -- back that's great question because some states have governors like the one in which we sit right now.
Who are part of the establishment that -- created Obama care.
And are in favor of it.
And wanna cooperate with Washington other states like Arizona are not part of that establishment and don't wanna cooperate with -- I'd say the federal government you know what.
Arizona doesn't need this if you think they need it after you pay for -- the U.
Is us it's all the taxpayers so instead of Arizona paying for Arizona's health care in New Jersey bank really jerseys -- the Governor Christie hasn't publicly revealed what he's gonna do yet.
All the taxpayers are paying for this and as you know.
Both of -- experts on the economy that you are.
Being paid for by bar -- -- dollars.
That they take as long to pay this back as they did the debts from World War I of the another Andrea Harris at least more than that you are -- -- -- -- -- time thank you so my pleasure guys thank you for having me.