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Obama -- a destroyer is -- is drawing the doctor patient relationship it's gonna destroy the quality of health care in America.
Is gonna destroy budgets family budgets business budgets states' budgets the federal budget.
And it's gonna destroy our freedom.
We have to destroy Obama care about repealing and replacing there was something that makes sense.
That's -- little -- did you sense of how.
-- and the environment is outside of the Supreme Court right now that was -- was Tea Party.
Member at Georgia congressman hall -- also a doctor he was on the steps of the Supreme Court.
Talking about what he sees as the ramifications.
Right now the justices are hearing a fresh round of arguments this morning.
Where are a couple of hours most likely away from getting the tape of those.
Audio that -- out what's going on in there about whether the government can horse private citizens to purchase.
Health care insurance 26 states are part of a suit.
Against this law that prompted today's action.
If you've briefed congress can regulate sheet and that is what we have got to stop the slippery slope phone from happening.
-- -- -- Attorney general Alabama he will be inside the courtroom tomorrow when he is outside the courtroom right now mr.
street welcome good to have you here day.
Good morning thanks revenue.
You know we spoke earlier with congresswoman Michelle Bachmann about this and you know we broke down yesterday's activity.
A lot of focus on today's activity of what's going on there and she said that she feared that today would become.
They would try to make it more about health care policy.
Because she feels that you know those in favor of the health care law.
Will be more comfortable if they're talking about health care policy they constitutionality.
I couldn't agree more with that they can deal with -- policy across the street the congress -- -- where it should be dealt with what we're talking about today.
And this very significant argument going on behind me right now that's -- with the constitutionality.
Of this law.
And dialogue with 25 by colleagues feel very strongly that this is not a constitutional law for the reasons that she -- reported that.
Massive overreach of power not -- -- with the numbers of this country but it's the individual freedoms that we have to.
And the other side's argument is based on that as well they say behind is that this represents 16.
Of the US economy it definitely falls under their opinion the commerce that can legally be regulated by the government.
But there might be ways reform the health care system -- I'm sure there -- lots -- proposals out there.
But when you start mandating -- individuals take action when their client Nazi in you -- in the new territory.
And we're seeing ramifications of that and lots of years particularly concerned.
With the assault on.
Let's organizations that may.
Particular choices based on their village -- not to ensure certain things that they don't believe that.
That's a step beyond that it's just a natural consequence of this kind of mandate and there's not tell where that's totally.
-- this is held the constitutional.
It's interesting this is saying that for a little while it seemed like this sort of that was back -- and now of course with these Supreme Court proceedings going up behind you right now.
It is front and center once again they've got the constitutionality issue out there there religious freedom issue that you just spoke up and also the CBO report.
This is that this will cost considerably more close -- two trillion over ten years according to the new CBO numbers out there.
All of this is put it back in the focus for the American people in the polls are showing increasing late.
That they are against it does that resonate in any way inside the -- behind you.
I believe well you know the court's very independent they have lifetime appointments they'll call the -- the way they see it but there's no question that -- -- in -- in my state of Alabama and the majority of the states in this country people really are waking up to recognize this is a massive overreach of the power of government and even though that power has expanded over the years that's very clear.
We've reached the point I'm glad people are paying attention to you know -- -- point where individual activities or not to despite of -- -- that's it that's a new territory.
Yeah as you say had to step outside the enumerated powers as you see it for congress.
Would be a huge change.
In the way that our country operates with -- strange always good to speak he's there.
-- -- show up what you hear in there tomorrow we'll look forward to speaking with you again.
Thanks -- on the fourteenth.
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