Any baseball fan can quote this fundamental Yogi Berra-ism. Berra was a famous catcher for the New York Yankees in the 1950s and 60s. I was a diehard Yankee fan during an era when they won 7 straight world series, a feat yet to be duplicated in the 'modern era'.
it will be along time before ObamaCare and it's influence can be duplicated, nor produce a more disruptive, controversial law.
SCOTUS' decision is far from ending the dispute about the Affordable Care Act. Out of desperation the GOP has focused it's effort to negate the entire law. This is a fundamental flaw in the game to unravel the law.
Today there are many opinions from health reform pundits and politicians about what the SCOTUS ruling means.
“In a statement after the decision, President Obama declared that his signature health law is “here to stay.” But in his remarks, the President knowingly ignored the key concept in the case: that if the challengers had won, not one word of the law called the “Affordable Care Act” would have been changed. On the other hand, if voters elect a Republican President and a Republican Congress in 2016, quite a bit will change.”
A House Republican on Thursday proposed forcing the Supreme Court justices and their staff to enroll in ObamaCare. ....
Roberts gets it wrong -- Again from National Review Online
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