But what about “general welfare”?

If you think the “general welfare” clause in the Constitution gives the Congress the right to be involved in healthcare, you have lots of company.

Unfortunately, they have no such right.

I refer you to an excellent review of this point in “The American Thinker”.

Everything Washington is currently doing in regards to healthcare, health insurance, and the medical industry is in clear and continuing violation of their oaths of office to uphold the Constitution. They are casting aside our most fundamental laws in order to drag us further into socialism and government control of yet another major industry (medicine), and in my opinion should be impeached for it. (Impeachment is the remedy provided in the Constitution for removing misbehaving public officials from office, whether or not they have broken laws.)

What do you think?

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