The key vote on Obamacare appears to be Justice Anthony Kennedy, who’s questioning on Tuesday expressed considerable skepticism about the government’s position, suggesting at one point that upholding the individual mandate would fundamentally change the relationship of the government to the individual. Below Heritage’s Director of Legal and Judicial Studies Todd Gaziano talks about the hearing (pay no attention to the cat):
I am an Air Force Veteran of the Cold War and the First Gulf War (Operation Desert Storm). I live on a wooded hilltop with my two rescued dogs, Yogi and Ranger, and two rescued cats, White Sox, and Mittens. We share my land with several deer, a family of red-tailed hawks, a barn owl, numerous squirrels (that my dogs and the cat tree together), a family of pileated woodpeckers and numerous cottontail rabbits, and an occasional opossum or raccoon.