How Obamacare threatens to shred Constitution
ObamaCare is all about power for the government.
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As President Obama’s signature legislation is rolled out nationwide, a recently released book raises serious questions about the constitutionality of Obamacare.
In “Impeachable Offenses: The Case to Remove Barack Obama from Office,” New York Times bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott make the case Obamacare not only is unconstitutional, it illegally bypasses Congress, infringes on states’ rights and marks an unprecedented and unauthorized expansion of Internal Revenue Service power.
Klein and Elliott quote scholars and legal organizations contending Obamacare constitutes a clear case of “taxation without representation.”
“Impeachable Offenses” shows Obamacare may violate multiple sections of the Constitution, as WND reported.
While the Obama administration may argue the health-care legislation was upheld by the Supreme Court, “Impeachable Offenses” reports the White House has been hard at work changing the implementation of key sections of Obamacare without congressional oversight.