Monday, March 14, 2011

Now there's a monument to Ivy League educations

According to George Will, one of the chief arguments for the Constitutionality of the mandatory insurance clause of the health insurance deform law is that without the clause, the law would collapse.  The judge also argued that inactivity is in itself an activity.

In other words, the law's constitutionality, according to Judge Kessler and I would presume the Obama administration, including the President, depends on a tautology, assuming one's conclusion, and a contradiction in terms.  As Professor Digory Kirke asked the Pevensie children, what ARE they teaching in schools these days, and how is it that this many people are getting through Ivy League law schools without mastering basic informal logic?

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