If the Congress makes you eat broccoli, then you’ll take care of that at the ballot box. Sorry, that Congress has already spoken. Throw ’em out, you still have to buy broccoli until one of two things happens. Either the court comes along and says they can’t make you do it, which they can’t, by the way, or another Congress wipes it out. But until either of those two things happen you still have to buy broccoli. Now, a lot of people think this is an academic exercise. Stop and think about this. You have to buy broccoli. You go to the grocery store, you have to buy it. And if you don’t you can’t get fined. You want that world. You want to live like that. You want to have those requirements. And you want to say that a court can’t turn that down because it’s politicized or whatever?

You’re gonna have to get with the program and understand that it’s your life that’s being affected, not mine. You guys seem to think that having us lose what we want at the court only hurts us. What you don’t understand is, we love you, too. We want the best for you, too. And if we have to save you from yourself, we’ll do it along with saving ourselves. We want everybody to be free. We want everybody to have a great opportunity for freedom and economic advancement. We love everybody here. You’ve got this hatred dripping out of your voice here, and you don’t care what happens the country as long as the court disappoints me. Man, what a definition of happiness you’ve got. Rush Limbaugh being disappointed is how you live your life happy?

I could say you deserve what you’re gonna get. But I care too much about you. Like I care too much about everybody else. And I don’t want you to have to pay a fine when you don’t buy broccoli. And I don’t want you to have to buy it in the first place. If you don’t like it, I don’t want you to have to buy it. I don’t want you to have to buy anything because the government, a bunch of people Washington, command you to. They don’t have that authority. It’s that simple.

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