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04/01/2012

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Jimbino

Erroneous, of course. The proper standard is not "reasonableness" when the law threatens a basic constitutional right.

The 5th and 14th Amendments that maintain that natural rights to "life, liberty and property" may not be denied without "due process of law" impose a much higher standard, that of "strict scrutiny."

It is a crime of highest order against the rights of young childfree men to take their income and wealth and distribute it to women, breeders and old sick folks, as the Obamacare mandate seeks to do. The mandate is, indeed, a call to arms to defend such basic rights, regardless of how SCOTUS votes.

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