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It Begins: Legislators To Introduce Bill That Would Nullify Obamacare in Georgia

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Originally published at The Daily Sheeple

Four state representatives announced today that they are introducing legislation to block Obamacare in Georgia.

State representative Jason Spencer (R-Woodbine), with three other representatives, will hold a press conference on Monday, Dec. 16 to discuss the proposal.

In a press release, Rep. Spencer explained the bill’s goal:

“The bill’s main thrust is to prohibit state agencies, officers and employees of the state from implementing any provisions of the Affordable Care Act, leaving implementation entirely in the hands of the federal government, which lacks the resources or personnel to carry out the programs it mandates.”

Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center explained the legal grounds for state nullification of Obamacare, and the possibility of other states following suit:

Based on the long-standing legal principle, the anti-commandeering doctrine, the legislation is on strong legal grounds. In four major cases from 1842 to 2012, the Supreme Court has consistently held that the federal government cannot “commandeer” states, requiring them to enforce or expend resources to participate in federal law or regulatory programs.

Tenth Amendment Center (TAC) national communications director Mike Maharrey suggested that a large-scale effort would be coming in 2014. “Kudos goes out to all the people in South Carolina who have worked the past year to get things this far.  And kudos to Jason Spencer for stepping up to support their effort. Our contacts here at the Center tell us to expect at least ten other states considering similar legislation in 2014, but it’s going to require people getting on the phone with their state reps and senators to make that happen.”

Maharrey said that TAC’s state-plan to nullify Obamacare includes four key parts. The main part, as bills in South Carolina and Georgia are proposing, would ban the state from enforcing or providing material support for the enforcement of the Affordable Care Act. The plan also includes a rejection of the Medicaid expansion, steps to reduce the impact and enforcement of the mandate tax, and press for an ongoing challenge to the taxes themselves.

“Each piece might seem like a small piece of thread,” said Maharrey. “But when you tie all kinds of threads together you have a strong piece of rope.  By refusing to comply in multiple states and various areas, we’re going to pull the rug right out from under Obamacare.”

South Carolina fast-tracked a bill entitled “South Carolina Freedom of Health Care Protection Act” (H.3101), the basis of which is the anti-commandeering doctrine:

“Congress can pass laws, but it cannot compel the states to utilize either their treasury or personnel to implement those federal laws,” explained state Sen. Tom Davis.

The Tenth Amendment Center has outlined the steps to follow to nullify the Affordable Care Act at the state level. Several other states have introduced legislation to nullify the law, and perhaps South Carolina and Georgia will inspire more to do the same.

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Lily Dane is a staff writer for The Daily Sheeple – Wake the Flock Up!


SHTF Plan – When It Hits The Fan, Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You

IT BEGINS: New York Gun Confiscation Letters Arrive

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution reads as follows:

A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

Robert Farago, writing at The Truth About Guns:

[New York] requires people to register, sell or transfer (out of state) “assault rifles” and “high capacity” magazines. Many Empire State gun and standard capacity ammunition magazine owners have complied. Many have not. So, at some point, the State’s gonna go get ‘em. People on both sides of the law enforcement divide will die and the s will hit the fan. Meanwhile, there it is: the reason why expanded background checks, indeed all background checks and any type of registration, set the stage for confiscation. And tyranny.

The Constitution is written in what we normal folks call “Plain English”.

It was designed to be read by all citizens at the time of the founding, so that they could read, understand, and ratify it. The Constitution — no matter what temporary politicians, activist judges and other leftists may tell you — is the highest law in the land.

The Constitution protects your rights, no matter what the Statists, the Marxists and the Progressives tell you.

Molon Labe.

Hat tip: BadBlue Guns

Doug Ross @ Journal

IT BEGINS: Major Security Breaches Reported on Healthcare.gov

I’ve got good news and bad news for Healthcare.gov: the site works once in a while, but now I’m seeing someone else’s personal health data.

WIS-TV in Columbia, South Carolina reports of a major security breach of the main Obamacare website:

About a month ago, attorney Tom Dougall logged on to healthcare.gov to browse for cheaper insurance for him and his wife.

On Friday, the last thing he expected to hear on his voicemail was a man from North Carolina who says he can access all of Tom’s personal information… Dougall says he thought it was a scam until he realized his privacy had been breached.

“I believe somehow the ACA, the Healthcare website has sent me your information, is what it looks like,” said Justin Hadley, a North Carolina resident who could access Tom’s information on healthcare.gov. “I think there’s a problem with the wrong information getting to the wrong people.”

…”I tried to call healthcare.gov last night and they have no procedure whatsoever to handle security breaches,” he said. “All they can do is try to sell you a policy.”

Dougall has also contacted his congressmen. He says he’s calling the Department of Health and Human Services directly on Monday.

“They’re so concerned with trying to fix the problems they currently have that they refuse to acknowledge or won’t acknowledge that there’s been a major breach,” Dougall said…

This should come as no surprise for a website that was basically broken from the get-go.

Moments ago, CBS News‘s brilliant investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson reported that “HealthCare.gov ducked final security requirements before launch“:

The health care website went down again Monday for an hour and a half, and no one is sure why. It’s being taken offline on purpose every night from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. for repairs. Millions are still having trouble buying insurance on it, and it turns out that even when the website works, it may not be secure enough to protect privacy.

As HealthCare.gov was being developed, crucial tests to ensure the security and privacy of customer information fell behind schedule.

CBS News analysis found that the deadline for final security plans slipped three times from May 6 to July 16. Security assessments to be finished June 7 slid to August 16 and then August 23. The final, required top-to-bottom security tests never got done.

…[In fact,] four days before the launch, the government took an unusual step. It granted itself a waiver to launch the website with “a level of uncertainty … deemed as a high (security) risk.

Let me guess: the loathsome and freakish architect of Obamacare named Ezekiel Emanuel will now blame the users themselves for the data breaches, just as he blames insurance companies and the private sectors for his catastrophic, stillborn brainchild.

Hat tip: BadBlue News.

Doug Ross @ Journal