Democrat Judiciary chair: Constitution's "good and welfare clause" authorizes use of force against citizens who don't buy insurance


When asked where in the Constitution Congress is authorized to enact the individual insurance mandate, Democrat House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers (D-MI) was ready with an answer that puts an end to 222 years of constitutional law.

“Under several clauses, the good and welfare clause and a couple others. All the scholars, the constitutional scholars that I know -- I’m chairman of the Judiciary committee, as you know -- they all say that there’s nothing unconstitutional in this bill and if there were, I would have tried to correct it if I thought there were.”

Someone should inform Chairman Conyers the Judiciary Committee is not a creative writing class.

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