Bless his heart. I honestly didn't think it would pass, but I'm so glad it did. Fox News must be buzzing with ire tonight. I just got a phone call from some concerned coalition of somebody's having an emergency town hall meeting over the phone to discuss that the ruling means to them. I hung up. Might as well have been the NRA or the Republicans calling. What does it mean? A step in the right direction. Thats all, and a few years off at that. Of course to some, the sky is falling.Love the picture of his smile.
You know how I feel. I am so glad for all of us.
A good victory. Not a perfect law...but overall, I'm very glad it was upheld.BTW, thanks for your very sweet comment on my blog :) I'm proud to know you too, MM.
I'm just going to cringe and say it: who is that and what is going on? If you're celebrating I'm sure I will be, too. I want in!Also: I apologize profusely. As of late I blog, I mow, I breastfeed and I keep my head in the sand.
I am not sure who this is either. I barely keep up with the news in Canada! Does he have something to do with the new medical system in the U.S? I was so happy to hear that good news today.
I was less enthusiastic when I read Roberts' reasoning behind his decision, because I'm sure the Republicans will use his assertion that insurance penalties are a "tax" against Obama. But ultimately, you're right -- it's a huge win for all involved. I'm impressed with his willingness to go out on a limb and think independently.
the cynic in me thinks it was more about not wanting to go down in the history books as the man who denied health care to millions of Americans. regardless of his motives, he did the right thing.
Tell me, sweeties. Tell me what you think.