John Hinderaker at the splendid PowerLine seems to think that there is a dilemma for the Democrats between what they have to say to win primaries and what they need to say to keep their constituents from speaking to them in ALL CAPS.
Nonsense. What the Progressives need to do is start at square one, which is the Constitution. The apparent dilemma derives from an attempt to legislate around protections incorporated in a prescient manner by the wise fellows that wrote the document.
The Framers had just fought their way out from under one tyranny. It is both a discredit to the American education system, and a credit to the masterpiece of patient deconstruction that has been the Progressive project, that almost no one even questions the Constitutionality of the Healthcare Abatement Act.
Question to the lawyers who read this blog: what are the chances of a class-action lawsuit against the foul legislative product, should that steaming loaf ever achieve final floater-hood?
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