Is Opposition the health reform “extremist behavior”?

Various challengers of Virginia’s healthcare reform law have been called extremist and that “killing the legislation would hurt Americans.”  Should the Government be allowed to pass legislation requiring Americans to purchase health insurance?  If this is enforced, would they easily pass further legislation to require Americans to purchase other products?

The question of whether or not this is a violation of our Constitutional rights is at the crux of this issue.  Many States Attorneys General have brought this before the courts; however, three of those cases (in Michigan, California and Maryland) have been dismissed.  Where will the hand of the Government’s power cease to reach out if this healthcare law is not challenged?  For more information, read this Fox News article, Cuccinelli Says ‘Liberty’ on the Line as Judge Weighs Virginia Health Care Suit

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