the language in Section 36B is explicit, has a clear meaning and cannot be said to contain any typos, since the exact same language was written into numerous drafts of the law, including the final one sent to Se4nate Majority leader Harry Reid before the vote. The plaintiffs were able to clearly establish that, which is why the panel ruled as it did.
Of course, that must be why every OTHER federal court has ruled the opposite -- including the unanimous decision of the entire circuit court in Virginia the very same day.
Like I posted before, you are a shallow thinker.. a mile wide and an inch deep
This from the mega-dunce who thinks that people who believe in ghosts, witches, UFOs, magical virgin births and reincarnation are "the most informed and skeptical people in the world."
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that is just because about 51% of the population are registered Democrats in WV. Hard to be counted as human when the higher reasoning skill are not there.. The coal folks make up a good portion of the union and democrat base in WV, yet you find it in your interest to make fun of them.. Like I posted before, you are a shallow thinker.. a mile wide and an inch deep.
Blakracist-yes just read your posts about hi vaccine rates in S America as opposed to N America
For two diseases for which there is no vaccine!!! Of course U havea master in LaLaLand to back up the erroneous claim!!LOL at a master holder loser!!!!
I would like to C results of poll as to if he is a Muslim or a Christian! After 5 years of his idiocy those results
Would be interesting!!!
I said that children in Central America are vaccinated at higher rates than kids in the US. Idiot, I never mentioned any specific disease. You are confusing me with someone else.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
That Americans are ignorant of science is backed by many many assessments.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
"or the US is graced with the most informed or skeptical people in the world..."
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Americans are racist, superstitious, snake-handling morons.
According to a Nov. 2013 Harris poll, 42% of Americans believe in ghosts, 36% each believe in creationism and UFOs, 29% believe in astrology, 26% believe in witches and 24% believe in reincarnation.
Even funnier, 57% believe in the virgin birth -- but only 47% believe in evolution.
If the average reddnexx American were in charge of things, we'd still be yelling that the sun revolves around the earth, and drowning women on charges of witchcraft.
45% believe them to be some form of primitive, smelly farm animal, while 35% think they are the remnants of a prehistoric, mole-like creature that likes to get all dirty rooting around underground for nasty clumps of coal. (They are known to squeal, "Oooooh The Preciousssss!!" when they find a lump).
The rest of those polled could not actually answer the question -- the mere thought that morbidly obese, stubbly, gap-toothed morons with tobacco-stained fingers might be allowed to vote was enough to bend them over with nausea, and they could not complete the poll between their dry heaves.
"My rational for this reasoned purchase "
Loser makes a point of telling us that his "purchase" was "reasoned".
Idiot. Nearly half of Americans are unsure about global warming. And that statistic puts the US in the top spot in the WORLD in denial of global warming. Which correlates nicely with the US being the least educated country in the Industrialized World, and with the US being the ONLY country in the world that is suspicious of higher education.
The statistics demonstrate that the US is, indeed, graced with the most ignorant population in the industrialized world
Sentiment: Strong Sell
The IRS has no independent power to tax, borrow and spend. Only Congress can do that.It can only deviate from law in the case of obvious typos or ambiguous language, or in the case of something simply not making sense. Unfortunately for proponents of ObamaCare, the language in Section 36B is explicit, has a clear meaning and cannot be said to contain any typos, since the exact same language was written into numerous drafts of the law, including the final one sent to Se4nate Majority leader Harry Reid before the vote. The plaintiffs were able to clearly establish that, which is why the panel ruled as it did.
I guess the Dems really should have read the bill to see what was in it before jamming it down our throats.
Forty-one percent (41%) of Republicans believe Obama is not an American citizen, compared to 21% of unaffiliateds and 11% of Democrats. Just over 20% of Republicans and unaffiliated adults also are not sure, but only seven percent (7%) of those in the president’s party share that doubt.
The case isn’t over yet. The Obama administration is requesting an en banc ruling from the full D.C. Circuit Court, which would require each of the judges on the court — not just the typical three-judge panel — to rule on the case. The case is likely to reach the Supreme Court.
But if the court’s ruling is upheld in the end, it could tear apart the health care law itself. Exchange enrollment will likely plummet in states that choose not to build their own exchanges, as the actual price of Obamacare health coverage is unaffordable for many sign-ups. And states will have their own incentive to continue not to build their own exchange — the unpopular employer mandate is tied to the availability of premium subsidies and will not apply to those states that continue to work with a federal exchange.
A federal court ruled Tuesday that Obamacare premium subsidies are illegal for all customers in the federal exchange — the vast majority of all the health care law’s enrollees.
Yes, my trigger finger was too quick as I sold at 40, it had nothing to do with the insane 23.6 billion dollar verdict from a Florida jury. The folks on the jury must have been #$%$ off at Reynolds and their lawyers and knew that the decision they rendered was symbolic in nature only because there is no way an appeals court will allow this much money to be collected for one individual (and mostly for their lawyers). My decision to sell this time was because as I stated I see a new generation of folks growing up that see nicotine as evil and marijuana as the misunderstood habit. It's a hunch, but nevertheless things today are much more different than they were 10-20 years ago with the ban on advertising, the warnings and negative publicity forced onto the products forefront and the activism of a generation that wants to show their independence from their parents/ grandparents. The likes of John Boehner will be taking their habit to the grave within the next couple of decades and the amount of replacement smokers simply won't be there to continue to sustain profits and dividends. In the end, I'd rather go for a consumer non-durable such as PG, UN, UL or if you want to go to addictive habits that are legal then perhaps alcohol stocks will give you a good return over the next decade. Best of luck, and I hope I am wrong as I still own my position in PM, but sold the MO too soon.
in 2007 II set up accounts for both of ny grand kids in McDonalds
Too bad you didn't buy them CPWR -- they'd be set up for life!
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