Tuesday, February 22, 2011
On Feb. 17, Alaska Governor Sean Parnell took a stand against the continued implementation of the unconstitutional ObamaCare by the federal government in the wake of Federal Judge Roger Vinson’s ruling overturning the law. He announced that “We will not proceed down an unlawful course to implement this law. The court’s declaratory judgment that the federal health-care law is unconstitutional is the law of the land as it applies to Alaska.”
Parnell said implementing the voided law would violate his oath. He’s right. Now Parnell joins the company of both Florida Governor Rick Scott and Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen who have taken similar stands affirming the Vinson ruling.
On Feb. 16, Americans for Limited Government (ALG) had sent a letter to Governor Parnell and 27 other state governors a party to the Florida and Virginia suits, plus New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, urging them to take immediate action against the implementation of new regulatory processes forbidden by Judge Vinson’s ruling.
Two things; Where is Texas on this? What will RINO Chris (spit) Christie do? I think that Texas is busily crossing the t's and dotting the i's. I also think that Chris (spit) Christie doesn't dare act too conservative in what is one of our most liberal of states.