Thursday, February 17, 2011

"The executive branch needs to be reminded that the other divisions of government are there to make sure it doesn't become a monarchy."

Investor's Business Daily
February 17, 2011

Checks And Balances: A federal judge has told the government it can't implement ObamaCare because it's unconstitutional. Has the White House complied? No, it's knowingly breaking the law.

Less than three weeks ago, U.S. District Court Judge Roger Vinson ruled from his Florida courtroom that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act violated the Constitution.

No, he didn't order an injunction to shut down enforcement of the law as the plaintiffs had asked. But he did cite a previous case and note that his ruling "is the functional equivalent of an injunction."

As if he anticipated the administration ignoring his opinion, Vinson also wrote he expects the "executive branch" to "adhere to the law as declared by the court."

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