You say SB 230’s “fatal problem” is that it’s unconstitutional because the high court upheld Obamacare. But many — including Jefferson and Madison — would argue that you are dead wrong in that assessment. I wonder just how flagrant a violation of the Constitution the (Supreme Court) would have to “dubiously” sanction before you would reconsider your commitment to a posture of anticipatory capitulation on the prospect of nullification. Is there any scenario under which you wouldn’t simply acquiesce to the opinion of a mere handful of high justices? Are they infallible?
Grave discussion on exercising the principles of federalism as a valid, formidable, remaining check against the persistent overreach of the central government has never been more imperative. Hoosiers: Nullify now.