Another bad week for ObamaCare. Yesterday, a federal judge in Florida struck down the constitutionality of the federal government requiring its citizens to purchase health care insurance.
A federal judge ruled that Congress violated the Constitution by requiring Americans to buy insurance as part of the health overhaul passed last year, and said the entire law "must be declared void."
With his ruling, U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson set up a clash over whether the Obama administration still has the authority to carry out the law designed to expand insurance to 32 million Americans.
Looming, now, is a visit to the Supreme Court.
And in other related news, Richard Foster, chief actuary for Medicare and Medicaid, speaks truth to power last week in a congressional hearing and knocks everybody's socks off when questioned about two pillars of ObamaCare.
Widespread tittering ensues...
Not exactly a ringing endorsement, now is it?