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States Push Back ObamaCare says Bob Chapman on Political Pistachio Radio Revolution

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Within minutes after President Obama signed his immensely unpopular healthcare reform bill into law, Florida State Attorney General Bill McCollum, along with colleagues from 13 other states, filed suit against the federal government for the new law’s unconstitutional provisions—particularly with respect to its requirement that citizens buy federally mandated health insurance. Meanwhile, somewhat under the radar of the healthcare fury, more than 30 states in the union are also banding together against the encroachment of the federal government under the Firearms Freedom Act. Led by Montana, five states have turned the FFA into law, while others are in the process of doing so. It asserts that any guns or ammunition manufactured and retained inside a state’s respective state lines are exempt from Congress’ federal commerce regulatory authority under the Constitution. And the vibe is, this states-united pushback isn’t going to end here. So, what exactly is going on? The Founders wisdom and vision of a limited federal government enshrined in the Constitution—particularly in Article 1, Section 8, and emphasized in the Tenth Amendment—has been eroded badly over our two centuries, but never so egregiously, nor rapidly, as during the last 14 months. Join us tonight on the Political Pistachio Radio Revolution at 7:00 Pacific for our interview of Bob Chapman, and learn more about the Health Care madness! Conservative News and Commentary