Ron Paul ‘founders would be horrified’ over Obamacare

2012 presidential candidate Ron Paul is no different than many people who have been paying attention to the United States Supreme Court lately, mainly due to their examination of Obamacare.  Obamacare, the health care legislation passed by President Obama, has many Americans upset.  In Rasmussen Reports’ national polls last week, the 12 term congressman from Texas, Dr. Paul, was the only candidate able to beat President Obama in a head-to-head contest.

In fact, a new poll released last week shows that the approval rating of the Supreme Court is way up.  Forty-one percent of likely voters now rate the Supreme Court’s performance as good or excellent, regardless of the fact that the justices just voted that Americans might be strip searched for any reason, even minor traffic offenses

Approval of the Supreme Court had fallen three consecutive quarters in a row before the examination of Obamacare last week.  Despite the fact that the Supreme Court justicesscoffed at reading the 2,700 page health care legislation known as Obamacare, a majority of Americans believe that the legislation will be overturned.  Most voters want the health care law repealed and 54 percent expect to see that happen in June.

The President himself seemed worried, asking if the Supreme Court can legitimately overturn Obamacare.  On Monday, Dr. Paul addressed exactly Obama should be worried about the Supreme Court and Obamacare.

Last week President Obama made some rather shocking comments at a press conference regarding the Supreme Court’s deliberation on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. His comments belie a grasp of constitutional concepts so lacking that perhaps the University of Chicago Law School should offer a refund to any students “taught” constitutional law by then-Professor Obama!

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