POLITICAL: Will this end Obama / SCOTUS care?

http://www.wnd.com/2015/11/supremes-asked-to-rule-on-shell-game-taxation/

WND EXCLUSIVE
SUPREMES ASKED TO RULE ON ‘SHELL GAME’ TAXATION
Was ‘seedbed in which the people’s right not to be taxed without representation sprouted’
Published: 13 hours ago
BOB UNRUH

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“Obamacare raises taxes by hundreds of billions of dollars, but it was enacted in violation of the Origination Clause, which was designed to safeguard against arbitrary and reckless taxation. Obamacare was unveiled in the Senate, even though the Origination Clause requires taxes to start in the House, the body closest to the people,” he said.

“Pacific Legal Foundation and Matt Sissel are asking the Supreme Court to accept our challenge to Obamacare, in order to uphold and enforce the Constitution’s safeguards against arbitrary taxation, and to liberate Americans from a harmful law that was imposed in defiance of those procedures and protections,” said Sandefur.

Pacific Legal argues that Reid simply took the number of a House-passed bill that raised no taxes and and pasted it on the front of the thousands of pages of Obamacare, which taxes Americans $500 billion a year.

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Not very likely.

We’re already seen SCOTUS turn itself into knots to keep it a la “it’s not a tax” / “it is a tax”.

Argh!

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WND EXCLUSIVE

SUPREMES ASKED TO RULE ON ‘SHELL GAME’ TAXATION

Was ‘seedbed in which the people’s right not to be taxed without representation sprouted’

Published: 13 hours ago


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2 Responses to POLITICAL: Will this end Obama / SCOTUS care?

  1. All taxes (i.e., “revenue origination”) must start in the House.

    Before the 16th, taxes could not be individualized (i.e., “apportioned”).

    Before the 17th, the Senate was selected by the State’s legislatures (i.e., preventing unfunded liabilities dumped on the States i.e., medicare and medicare).

    That’s just off the top of my head.

  2. “he Constitution’s safeguards against arbitrary taxation, ” I wasn’t aware of such safeguards. John, can you or anyone expand a bit on that?

    :?
    Michael

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