Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Mark Warner (D) Admits "There is no Place in The Constitution That Specifically Says Health Care"

When confronted by a constituent Senator Mark Warner (D) said that "there is no place in the Constitution that specifically says health care" but seemed to justify a potential government takeover of health care by saying "there is no place in the Constitution that talks about you ought to have the right to get a telephone". I am not sure which it worse; the pitiful attempt at justification, the notion that (at least) one of our Senators does not have a problem expanding government power beyond the bounds of what is constitutional, or that he did not even make an attempt at a legitimate (legal/constitutional) answer. I am leaning toward number two.

Video embedded below. (from http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/53580)

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