O's house of cards

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Author(s) Was written by::Michael Walsh
Source Was published by::New York Post
Date Was published on::February 1, 2011
URL Has URL::http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/house_of_cards_TIfXhKWof8TRA6vS8GcdsL
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Quotes-start.png [[Has quote::For more than a half-century, both Congress and the Supreme Court have treated the Constitution as a series of suggestions to be "interpreted," rather than the supreme law of the land. The game has been to grab some hapless phrase in the text and then use it as a rationale for the expansion of federal power.

But on which planet do the words, "to regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian tribes" mean the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act?]]

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