Yes, the Supreme Court of the United States should declare the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, because there is nothing in the constitution that allows the legislature to compel commerce. The constitution says that the legislature of the federal government can regulate interstate commerce, but there is nothing in the constitution that can mandate us to buy a financial product, just by reason that we exist.
In the United States, one of our most basic rights is various freedoms. The Affordable Care Act suddenly forced people to have insurance, even if they felt it was unnecessary or could not otherwise afford it. It has caused quite a big mess for people who need to switch or purchase policies. Because it was a very partisan issue, so many Americans are against it, and it seems to be beyond what our country ever envisioned for health care, it seems like it should be overturned.
There is nothing in our constitution that says that health care should not be provided and available to every citizen of the United States. This is a fundamental right that has finally been addressed. There may have been more economical and efficient ways to do that, but those ways were blocked by Republicans, so this is better than nothing.
I do not believe the Supreme Court of the United States should declare the Affordable Health Care Act unconstitutional. I believe the act is fully constitutional and it shouldn't be declared unconstitutional simply because some people disagree with it. There are problems with it and it does need to be amended.
I definitely don’t think that the Supreme Court of the
United States should declare the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. Why should the Supreme Court declare
something unconstitutional when it is good for all of the citizens of our nation? The Affordable Care Act is now a law, and the
Supreme Court should uphold it, not undermine it.