We are finally taking some huge steps towards fighting this unconstitutional, freedom killing bill. While a lot of states have filed suit, we have seen some great action over the past few days. In Virginia, U.S. District Court Judge Henry E. Hudson ruled Virginia’s lawsuit questioning the constitutionality of the bill, allowing the lawsuit to proceed. This allows it to continue moving through the courts, hopefully to judges who do not have their own agendas but rather those will objectively look at the law and the Constitution. We all know Liberals are going to piss and moan about this, but the more they whine, the more we know we’re on the right path.
Also, yesterday in Missouri, voters overwhelmingly voted in favor of a proposition that prevents citizens from being fined for not purchasing health insurance. This too adds to the fight. It may be a while before we know where this one will be heading but we can assuming it’s going to bring a fight over states’ rights to a head, and no, I’m not talking about the states’ rights argument that Southern states used to justify their continued use of the horrid practice of slavery. I’m talking about the aspects of the Constitution that divided sovereignty in this country and deliberately limited the powers of the Federal government, powers which have greatly expanded over the last century. I’m looking forward to see how this all plays out.