The Health Care Quibble

The U.S. Dist. Judge in Florida who ruled a few days ago that the controversial health care reform legislation is unconstitutional has provided fodder for commentators and analysts to parse over apparently until the end of days.

Here’s a pretty interesting rebuttal to the ruling. Some folks with the liberal Center for American Progress have actually gone line by line through the ruling (they’ve found what they say are errors on every single page) and made an interactive graphic.

You can click highlighted portions of the ruling and see why these guys say it’s wrong. (Scroll down the page at this link to get to the interactive graphic).

Comments

  1. Victor Josh says:

    I read it, thanks. There were no factual errors made by the Jude (based on the critique) but differences in opinion, interpretation and challenge precedent. If legal precedent was not challenged, the Dred Scott decision would still stand.

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