Why They Hate Obama

There are 20 comments on the Aug 8, 2013, The Daily Beast story titled Why They Hate Obama. In it, The Daily Beast reports that:

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#10251 Apr 6, 2014
foster wrote:
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This is bizarre from an adult discusing Govt.
Congress majority passed legislation can't override the US Constitution.
Its obvious you've been mislead or cant read very well
You mean this is bizarre from an adult like you discussing Government which you obviously dont understand and that Liberalism has no use for the US Constitution and its obvious that you have been mislead or cant read and comprehend very well and again here is someone else to explaining exactly the same thing I was stating what the McCarran Ferguson Act did since the Liberals didn't like the SCOTUS ruling on how the Insurance Industry could be regulated under the US Commerce Clause and US Anti-Trust Laws.

States authorized by LAW(McCarran Ferguson Act) to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes

October 23, 2013
by Doug Book

The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.

http://www.coachisright.com/tag/mccarran-ferg...

McCarran–Ferguson Act

The McCarran–Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C.§§ 1011-1015, also known as Public Law 15, is a United States federal law that exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by the 79th Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarran%E2%80%9...

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#10252 Apr 6, 2014
foster wrote:
<quoted text>
This is bizarre from an adult discusing Govt.
Congress majority passed legislation can't override the US Constitution.
Its obvious you've been mislead or cant read very well
foster wrote:
<quoted text>
This is bizarre from an adult discusing Govt.
Congress majority passed legislation can't override the US Constitution.
Its obvious you've been mislead or cant read very well
You mean this is bizarre from an adult like you discussing Government which you obviously dont understand and that Liberalism has no use for the US Constitution and passes legistalation that is unconstitutional and the Liberals have proved it with Obamcare again and in the SCOTUS case of United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association in 1944 the Liberals proved it with the McCarran-Ferguson Act which proves and its obvious that you have been mislead or cant read and comprehend very well and again here is someone else to explaining exactly the same thing I was stating what the McCarran Ferguson Act did since the Liberals didn't like the SCOTUS ruling on how the Insurance Industry could be regulated under the US Commerce Clause and US Anti-Trust Laws.

States authorized by LAW(McCarran Ferguson Act) to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes

October 23, 2013
by Doug Book

The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.

http://www.coachisright.com/tag/mccarran-ferg...

McCarran–Ferguson Act

The McCarran–Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C.§§ 1011-1015, also known as Public Law 15, is a United States federal law that exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by the 79th Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarran%E2%80%9...

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#10253 Apr 6, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
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~stomp stomp stomp~
typical liberal response.

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#10254 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>You mean this is bizarre from an adult like you discussing Government which you obviously dont understand and that Liberalism has no use for the US Constitution
~stomp stomp stomp~

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#10255 Apr 6, 2014
mjjcpa wrote:
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The ACA has killed millions of jobs and cancelled more health policies than it created.
... Another hook shot into the woods by the golfing campaigner of Benghazi.
Fore!
Just Social Security did too when implemented.
foster

Ashburn, VA

#10256 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>You mean this is bizarre from an adult like you discussing Government which you obviously dont understand and that Liberalism has no use for the US Constitution and its obvious that you have been mislead or cant read and comprehend very well and again here is someone else to explaining exactly the same thing I was stating what the McCarran Ferguson Act did since the Liberals didn't like the SCOTUS ruling on how the Insurance Industry could be regulated under the US Commerce Clause and US Anti-Trust Laws.
States authorized by LAW(McCarran Ferguson Act) to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes
October 23, 2013
by Doug Book
The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.
http://www.coachisright.com/tag/mccarran-ferg...
McCarran–Ferguson Act
The McCarran–Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C.§§ 1011-1015, also known as Public Law 15, is a United States federal law that exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by the 79th Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarran%E2%80%9...
No congressional enacted legislation passed by a majority vote can over ride a Constitutional Mandate....

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#10257 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
By Doug Book
An idiot with a webpage.

Wow!
foster

Ashburn, VA

#10258 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Obviously you have trouble treadnd and you dont understand Federal Law either or the US Constitution's Commerce Clause.
States authorized by LAW to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes
October 23, 2013
By Doug Book
The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.
http://www.coachisright.com/tag/mccarran-ferg...
Further more, States and Judges in a State are "BOUND" by the Constitution. You obviously dont read very well to understand the limits of Ferguson. Have someone explain it to you

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#10259 Apr 6, 2014
foster wrote:
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No congressional enacted legislation passed by a majority vote can over ride a Constitutional Mandate....
Point is Liberals do it and it has been done by the Liberals and confirmed with the links above and why the Liberals responded with the McCarran-Ferguson Act after SCOTUS issued their ruling in 1944.

United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association

United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association, 322 U.S. 533 (1944), is a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that the Sherman Act, the federal antitrust statute, applied to insurance. To reach this decision, the Court held that insurance could be regulated by the United States Congress under the Commerce Clause, overturning Paul v. Virginia. Congress responded by enacting the McCarran-Ferguson Act of 1945 which limited antitrust laws' applicability to the business and assured state authority would continue over insurance.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v....

McCarran–Ferguson Act

The McCarran–Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C.§§ 1011-1015, also known as Public Law 15,is a United States federal law that exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by the 79th Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarran%E2%80%9...

States authorized by LAW to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes

October 23, 2013

by Doug Book

The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.

http://www.coachisright.com/tag/mccarran-ferg...

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#10260 Apr 6, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
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An idiot with a webpage.
Wow!
your the proven Idiot AnalDiver and you alone have confirmed it for everyone to see.

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#10261 Apr 6, 2014
foster wrote:
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Further more, States and Judges in a State are "BOUND" by the Constitution. You obviously dont read very well to understand the limits of Ferguson. Have someone explain it to you
Obviously its you that has limited abilities which is why you cant read very well and have no use for Constitutional Law or the US Constitution either which is common among Liberals of today.

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#10262 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Just Social Security did too when implemented.
Oh the horrors!

Give seniors the freedom to starve to death!

PS: AnalButter lies when he blinks, and twice he exhales.

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#10263 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
your the proven Idiot
your, eh?

Enough said, AnalButter.

You keep working on that GED, shug.

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#10264 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
Obviously its you that has limited abilities which is why you cant
its, eh?

cant, eh?

You run into problems when you try to copy and paste beyond your abilities... what you can plagiarize, AnalButter.
foster

Ashburn, VA

#10265 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text><quoted text>You mean this is bizarre from an adult like you discussing Government which you obviously dont understand and that Liberalism has no use for the US Constitution and passes legistalation that is unconstitutional and the Liberals have proved it with Obamcare again and in the SCOTUS case of United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association in 1944 the Liberals proved it with the McCarran-Ferguson Act which proves and its obvious that you have been mislead or cant read and comprehend very well and again here is someone else to explaining exactly the same thing I was stating what the McCarran Ferguson Act did since the Liberals didn't like the SCOTUS ruling on how the Insurance Industry could be regulated under the US Commerce Clause and US Anti-Trust Laws.
States authorized by LAW(McCarran Ferguson Act) to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes
October 23, 2013
by Doug Book
The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.
http://www.coachisright.com/tag/mccarran-ferg...
McCarran–Ferguson Act
The McCarran–Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C.§§ 1011-1015, also known as Public Law 15, is a United States federal law that exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by the 79th Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarran%E2%80%9...
you try comprending the opening Sentence of the Book article. ACA doesnt regulate "rates"
foster

Ashburn, VA

#10266 Apr 6, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
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An idiot with a webpage.
Wow!
His argument is false because ACA does not mention insurance rates. Ferguson protects Insurers from "some" anti trust violations, like price fixing
foster

Ashburn, VA

#10267 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Point is Liberals do it and it has been done by the Liberals and confirmed with the links above and why the Liberals responded with the McCarran-Ferguson Act after SCOTUS issued their ruling in 1944.
United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association
United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association, 322 U.S. 533 (1944), is a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that the Sherman Act, the federal antitrust statute, applied to insurance. To reach this decision, the Court held that insurance could be regulated by the United States Congress under the Commerce Clause, overturning Paul v. Virginia. Congress responded by enacting the McCarran-Ferguson Act of 1945 which limited antitrust laws' applicability to the business and assured state authority would continue over insurance.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v....
McCarran–Ferguson Act
The McCarran–Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C.§§ 1011-1015, also known as Public Law 15,is a United States federal law that exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by the 79th Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarran%E2%80%9...
States authorized by LAW to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes
October 23, 2013
by Doug Book
The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.
http://www.coachisright.com/tag/mccarran-ferg...
Repeating this nonsense does nothing to change the Constitution from being the supreme law of the United States.
foster

Ashburn, VA

#10268 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Obviously its you that has limited abilities which is why you cant read very well and have no use for Constitutional Law or the US Constitution either which is common among Liberals of today.
You cant get pass the first sentence in the Book piece. Everybody following can clearly see where your confusion lies, Reading Comprehension
foster

Ashburn, VA

#10269 Apr 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Obviously its you that has limited abilities which is why you cant read very well and have no use for Constitutional Law or the US Constitution either which is common among Liberals of today.
Thats comical coming from an illiterate.

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#10270 Apr 6, 2014
foster wrote:
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His argument is false because ACA does not mention insurance rates.
AnalButter believes if it is somewhere on the web it must be an accomplished opinion.

To be fair... any blog on the web is a step up from his opinion.

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