IT’S A PRETTY argument — that the Obamacare individual mandate is a capitation and therefore must be apportioned (which it’s not and can’t be, because then it won’t be individual) and therefore can’t be a constitional tax.
But it misses the point. And in doing so, all it does is tell the Left what changes they need to make when they bring it back next time. (Or lie about it this time; why haven’t Congress and the administration been bitch-slapped for this bait-and-switch?)
The point that needs to be made — and hammered home repeatedly until it sticks — is: CONGRESS DOES NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO LEGISLATE ON THE MATTER AT ALL.
Sheesh! Come ON, people!