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Forthcoming Blog Series: Religion & The Healthcare Reform

The Bible, Political Theology, and Healthcare Reform

Just a head’s up, a select group of Bibliobloggers and I are going to study and post on religious reflections about the Healthcare debate.

I think we should all keep this to a discussion about Scripture and POLICY, and not about singling out any one politician.  I think that was part of the problem with my past reflections on HCR. Feel free to join us in this conversation.  I promise to keep you updated on all of the posts.

Any other suggestions?

Individual Mandate in Healthcare Reform Ruled Unconstitutional

Oh bless my anti-imperial libertarian soul!

Some good news about the Healthcare “Reform” law that was passed.  Obamacare takes it first, of what I see as many hits to come.

“A federal judge in Richmond today has ruled in favor of Virginia’s challenge to the federal health-care law, striking down the mandate that requires nearly every American to purchase insurance or face a penalty.”

For more, see here.

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A Prediction for Obamacare

The Supreme Court is going to get its revenge.

Remember the State of the Union Address?

Well, when the newly passed Obamacare in the House, gets passed in the US Senate, it is going to get a challenge from believers in the US Constitution.  And not only will the US Constitution prevail, Congress will get reprimanded.

Just you watch.

Truth and Peace,