The Affordable Care Act is found as a constitutional bill by the Supreme Court.
I don't understand the argument. The court said that if the "individual mandate" is a "mandate" then the law is unconstitutional, however if it is considered a tax then it is constitutional. Here is the problem, constitutionally:
All tax bills MUST begin in the House of Representatives. Why? Because the House is the MOST accountable to the people. Every two years the House is turned over and the people choose whether they like the taxes the House raised of lowered. The Affordable Care Act began in, you guessed it, THE SENATE!
So did the court find a sneaky way to pass taxes against the people?
Bottom line: Never trust a liar...err lawyer to do the right thing. A moral attorney/judge is an oxymoron.