Judge Napolitano: I Would Not Have Voted For House Healthcare Act; It Doesn’t Repeal Obamacare!

Judge Napolitano: I Would Not Have Voted For House Healthcare Act; It Doesn’t Repeal Obamacare!
ObamaCare is a stool with four problematic legs. The constitutional leg is the premise that the federal government has the lawful power to regulate the delivery of health care.

Judge Andrew Napolitano just made a poignant statement about the health care act just passed in the House of Representatives last week.

Napolitano didn’t hold any punches with his op-ed against the health care act that Speaker Paul Ryan and the House Republicans are so happy for the legislation they passed. Judge Nap said the bill doesn’t repeal Obamacare, it endorses it.

That’s a strong statement from a respected conservative who’s reputation is unquestionably strong.

Most of us already know the bill is not a full repeal and the way it was written over a month ago, it was an amendment, not a total repeal of Obamacare. That’s something most Trump supporters don’t realize.

Source: Fox News/Judge Napolitano

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives crafted a partisan compromise bill that endorsed and reinforced the Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. This was done notwithstanding claims to the contrary by President Donald Trump and the House Republican leadership, who want us to believe that this bill, if it becomes law, will effectively repeal and replace ObamaCare.

ObamaCare is a stool with four problematic legs. The constitutional leg is the premise that the federal government has the lawful power to regulate the delivery of health care. The legal leg is the premise that the federal government is obliged to provide health insurance to everyone in America. The economic leg commands that everyone in the U.S. purchase and maintain health insurance. And the Orwellian leg says that every physician in the U.S. shall retain all patient records digitally and that federal bureaucrats shall have access to all those records. None of that is changed in the House-passed bill.

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The professions — medicine, law, architecture, engineering, university teaching, for example — though one pays for them, had never been considered to be commercial in the sense that they could be federally regulable, until ObamaCare came along. None of this is changed in the House-passed bill.

Under ObamaCare, the federal government took over the regulation of health care from the states with a one-size-fits-all metric administered by faceless bureaucrats. None of this is changed in the House-passed bill.

ObamaCare also established the duty of the federal government to provide health insurance for every American. No law before ObamaCare ever attempted that ambitious unconstitutional improbability. The individual mandate in ObamaCare requires that every person in America have health insurance. None of this is changed in the House-passed bill.

What kind of a repeal is this?

What do you think about Napolitano’s breakdown and analysis? Do you think he has his finger on the pulse of things? Do you trust the House’s bill that was passed? Do you consider it a repeal because representatives called a repeal?

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