If the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court thought they could avoid the issue of Barack Obama’s eligibility simply by refusing to hear any of the multitude of cases concerning the issue they might be surprised to find that briefs regarding Obamacare’s constitutionality will include the topic.
Although the Supreme Court has not yet confirmed it will take on the issue of Obamacare’s legality, it is widely expected to happen, as there have been opposing decisions at the lower court level which, if left unaddressed, could create a patchwork across the nation of regions where it is – or isn’t – the law.
The arguments primarily have focused on the decision by Congress to order all citizens to buy the insurance products that members of Congress specify or face penalties.
But a new friend-of-the-court brief by the Western Center for Journalism in support of those challenging Obamacare takes the argument back to its foundation. The brief, prepared by Gary Kreep of the United States Justice Foundation, explains that it’s not really known yet whether Obamacare is, in fact, the law.
“Federal legislation, to become law, must be signed by a sitting president,” the brief, filed just days ago, states.
Read More at WND By Bob Unruh, WorldNetDaily