The administration contends that the insurance mandate required by the healthcare reform bill falls within broad powers conferred on Congress to regulate interstate commerce. That is interesting, considering that the Republicans were fighting for the right of Americans to purchase health insurance across state lines, and were rebuked. So, by law, health insurance is commerce that cannot be interstate.
Tim Slagle is not only very funny, very cleverly and inventively funny, he is also very intelligent and knowledgeable.
Every November, I say thanks for Tim Slagle.
Looking back at my comment, I have decided it’s very unclear. Even rather stupid. Sorry. It was meant as, “On Thanksgiving, as well as many other times, I give thanks for Tim Slagle.”