Does mandating health care violate constitution
“That is not the country” the Founding Fathers envisioned, he proclaimed.
It will also prevent a state or local government from forcibly vaccinating anyone, and forbid any person who is not vaccinated from being denied any services or constitutional rights.
Although the Court had four questions before it, the focus of the challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was the so-called individual mandate – the requirement that almost all Americans buy health insurance by 2014 or pay a penalty.
Defending the constitutionality of the mandate, the government’s primary argument was that Congress can require everyone to buy health insurance using its power under the Commerce Clause of the Constitution, because the failure to buy insurance shifts the costs of health care for the uninsured to health care providers, insurance companies, and everyone who does have health insurance.
Good news, though, from a press release on August 12 of this year: opponents of the forced flu vaccination won an injunction against the federal government to stop these.
Notice this comment from the press release: This is a direct assault on the liberty of the citizens of this country! For instance, notice this: "Vawter charged that the federal government has engaged in gross negligence by failing to properly investigate factual evidence submitted by esteemed medical professions over many years which proves flu vaccines have caused serious damage to people.