RE: Analysis: Halbig v. Burwell


To update my interpretation of the opinion, Dan McLaugllin over at Red State has an much more detailed piece up getting deeper in the weeds about how and why Circuit Judge Griffith did the right thing in Halbig. It is prettily written and manages to explain some fearsomely complex legal mumbo-jumbo is language an actual human can understand. I suppose I think it’s brilliant because he agrees with me, or vice-versa. Warning: it’s a helluva lot longer than my piece. My old daddy, who was an attorney, used to treasure a sign on his office wall reading “only a lawyer could write a 10,000 word document and call it a brief.” 🙂

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themaskedblogger is a native born Texan, a registered voter and possessed of some minimal ability to read, write and think.

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