The Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon points out that the Obama administration—in order to hide the full cost of ObamaCare—has been spending billions of unauthorized federal dollars and subjecting nearly 60 million Americans to unauthorized taxes without congressional authorization. Read more here on why the Supreme Court’s decision to grant certiorari in King v. Burwell is a rebuke to the defenders of O’Care.
I applaud the Supreme Court’s decision to grant certiorari in King v. Burwell.
Since January, the Obama administration has been spending billions of unauthorized federal dollars, and subjecting nearly 60 million Americans to unauthorized taxes, all to hide the full cost of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. The administration’s actions have not only violated the law and caused massive economic disruption, they have also subverted the democratic process. The plaintiffs in Pruitt v. Burwell, Halbig v. Burwell, King v. Burwell, and Indiana v. IRS seek to put an end to those unlawful taxes and spending.
The Supreme Court’s decision is a rebuke to the Obama administration and its defenders, who dismissed as frivolous the plaintiffs’ efforts to defend their right not to be taxed without congressional authorization.
It is essential that these cases receive expedited resolution, if only to eliminate the uncertainty currently facing states, employers, insurers, and taxpayers.
Most important, these cases deserve expedited consideration because only they can bring an end to the greatest domestic-policy scandal of this administration.