“Obamacare is a public policy cancer.”
That is the first sentence in the first chapter of The Brief Against Obama: The Rise, Fall and Epic Fail of the Hope and Change Presidency.
So you can gather what I am hoping for this morning and the importance I attach to the decision about to be handed down. The decision is certainly the most important since Bush v. Gore and, along with that case, Roe v. Wade and Brown v. Board, will be the most important cases of the Court’s modern era.
I am reluctant to predict anything about the decision except that the famous injunction by Justice Marshall in McCulloch v. Maryland will be used in today’s majority opinion and perhaps in the dissent as well: “[W]e must never forget that it is a Constitution we are expounding.”
More later, when the decision is handed down and I have had a chance to read it.
Much more, in fact, as I will devote the entire program today as well as a special two-hour additional network broadcast immediately following that show to the decision and its implications. I will also be appearing on Mark Levin’s program to discuss it and my book later today. I hope over the course of five hours to bring as many informed opinions on the case and its meaning to you as possible.