Bill McCullogh is my hero - he will be a national hero when he wins in the Supreme Court -
Bill McCullogh gets it. HR 3590 - government health care - is unconstitutional. It has been stince the first proposal was uttered a year ago.
If you don't know, Bill McCulliogh, patriot, is Attorney General of Florida. Today he followed through on his promise to sue the federal government over passage of the health care bill. Not only that, 12 other States joined the suit.
If the 17th Amendemnt had been repealed - or never passed - we might not be to this point because Bill Nelson of Florida would have been recalled. He originally voted for the Senate bill in the Finance Committee and then went on to vote for it in final passage would have been recalled.
Nelson wrangled a deal for Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach county seniors that Medicare Advantage - once it is discontinued - will still apply. This is what is know as the "Gatoraid" provision to go along with the "Cornhusker Kickback," the "Louisiana Purchase," and other sweetheart, backroom deals.
If both Nelsons were serving under the original provisions of the Constitution, intead of the 17th Amendment fix, they both would be gone. Many others would as well, and we wouldn't have had health care voted into existence.
So now McCullogh has to get the courts to fix the work that could have been avoided had Bill Nelson listened to his constituents.
McCullogh states, "This law represents an unprecedented encroachment on the liberty of the American people, and I will pursue this litigation to the highest court if necessary."
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