It shouldn't be replaced it should be ended by the court cause no matter how you read it no where in the Constitution does it say government controls our health.
There's nothing in the ACA that say government controls our health either so your point is moot.
The Constitution give the federal government only 30 things to do,
Let me ask you a question... If the Constitution only gives the government 30 things to do, why do we have thousands of federal laws on the books and why do we elect 435 people to make even more each year? Where in those 30 things listed in the Constitution do you see anything about protecting people from murder or rape? Where do you see anything ANYWHERE in the Constitution that protect children from sexual exploitation?
There's one huge problem with the half-baked argument that you are blindly subscribing to... it ignores the fact that one of the powers granted to federal government by the U.S.Constitution is the power to make laws. The ONLY limits to what these laws can be are found in the Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments of which none of them pose ANY restriction regarding health care.
It's a simple-minded trick for simple-minded people to suggest that if something isn't explicitly stated in the Constitution it means the government can't make laws about it. Don't be that simple-minded fool. Learn what the Constitution means.
When over 20 million cross your border if that isn't an invasion then what is.
When an uninvited army of soldiers, tanks and helicopters cross our border you'll know what an invasion is.
There are indeed a number of provisions in the Constitution that empower the government to provide for our common defense but there is nothing in those provisions that identify immigrants as a threat just because you don't like them.
When obama was saying the border is safer than it's ever been here in Arizona 40 miles south of the largest nuclear plant in the country is land controlled by Mexican drug cartels not even our law enforcement will enter.
I guess your law enforcement is a bunch of wussies then. Not sure what you want the government to do about that. Should we write a new law that says AZ law enforcement should stop being scared of Mexicans?
I'm beginning to think the Constitution isn't worth the paper it's printed on. Since 9/11 our Bill of Rights is all but null and void to protect us from the terrorist boogie man. Any politician that supports or votes for a bill that goes against the Constitution shall be removed, dragged if necessary and will receive justice from a group of citizens
I agree that some of our constitutional rights have been compromised by post-9/11 policies, but that doesn't mean the Constitution itself is compromised... it means policies are in violation. That means that if you aren't happy about these violations the LAST thing you want to do is attack the one thing that MAKES them violations. I've been a critic of these post-9/11 policies since 9/11 happened and I can tell you that most of them have been intentionally hidden from public view or otherwise "justified" through the use of fear mongering. The existence of these policies is not a sign of a weak constitution... it's a sign of a weak people.
If the government want to do something for me it should be to leave me alone.
...until someone robs you, rapes your wife, takes your child, murders your friend, damages your property, forces you to work in unsafe conditions for unfair wages, pollutes your water supply or any of the hundreds of things people like you cry to the government about.
I don't need their health care
Good, 'cause they don't have any.
or them to protect me from some boogie man terrorist. Even if there were terrorist these chumps will do their dirty work on citizens that have been disarmed in California and New York and since these citizens allow some tyrant to convince them to give up their right to protect them self no great loss.
Try breaking into my California home and getting a .45 caliber slug in your gut. Let's see if that educates you about California's gun laws.
Every disarmed Libtard they kill is one less vote giving power to a government that only abuses that power.
First of all, terrorists don't target individuals, they target crowds. Secondly most terrorist attacks on record have been in places where guns are prevalent, proving that armed citizens are almost entirely ineffective against terrorism. I am an advocate of the 2nd amendment but I'm not stupid. Guns are a much more effective means of protection in a controlled environment like your home than they are against random attacks in public places. Finally, it's not the liberals that continue to give power to an abusive government. I remember when Bush signed the PATRIOT Act, probably the most significant attack on our rights since Wilson... There was a LOT of opposition from liberals and none from conservatives.
This last weekend I was going through some papers and found 9 traffic tickets from speed cameras of the state and a couple from cities in the Phoenix area. I never went to court and never paid a dime on any cause I know my rights but how many billions a year do these cameras steal from ones not knowing their rights?
I've been snagged a couple of times when I was living in NJ by the same sort of thing. I read that some of the cities there were trying to remove the "robocops" because their courts can't handle the volume of citations but they couldn't because it would breech the contracts they signed with the private companies that installed them. I don't know exactly what you think you're "rights" are with regard to speeding but you can't get a citation without breaking a law and after nine of them, I would think a smart person would learn to slow down.