Well OFF THE TOP blogwatchers it's official: Supreme Court Justice John Roberts who was appointed by George Bush back in 2005, sided with the liberal-leaning members of the court and upheld the key provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Now let me get this right, the government can’t force Americans to buy any particular good or service right? Yet the Supreme Court’s landmark decision essentially says that your failure to purchase health care will require a tax penalty, thus leaving you with no other option if you want to avoid being taxed.
Marc Salvo on shtfplan.com wrote "A large percentage of Americans were already up in arms about the prospect of being forced to purchase health care. Now that it’s clear that what is happening is another government mandated tax, we suspect a massive outcry leading into the election.
We are not, however, convinced that a President Romney administration would act to end Obamacare if they are victorious in November, though his campaign is already calling for repeal."