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On the 5th anniversary of the healthcare ruling, President Donald Trump announced that there was a big surprise coming in the near future.
"Healthcare is working along very well. We could have a big surprise with a great health-care package."
"I said you're gonna have a great, great surprise. It's gonna be great!"
THE BIG SUPRPRISE IS PAM BONDI WON THE HEALTHCARE LAWSUIT!
Pam Bondi won the healthcare lawsuit, and The Gospel of Gun Rights was written to explain how she won. Please read her congratulatory letter below. As a result of her victory, the following laws were made unconstitutional:
1. The Gun Control Act and all laws that prohibit the right to own a gun.
2. All executive orders on gun control.
3. All personal and business income taxes.
4. The healthcare tax.
5. All voter restriction laws.
6. The Johnson Amendment.
In the summer of 2012, Congress and the DOJ played the ultimate game of constitutional poker, and the stakes couldn't have been any higher. At the time, no one realized that Congress stood to lose its most coveted powers if it failed in its attempt to command Americans to buy health insurance. Congress failed, and as a result, the American people scored some major victories. Thanks to the healthcare ruling, the right to buy and own a gun can never be taken away. Maybe this was why Chief Justice John Roberts was smiling after his ruling.
Justice Roberts placed Congress, the Senate and the federal courts in checkmate, and now it's time to demand action. We strongly urge all Americans to contact their representatives and demand that they read The Gospel of Gun Rights. This publication is free for all to read. From this point on, our representatives have no excuse for not working with President Trump on healthcare reform and tax reform.
Please feel free to contact the White House and give your opinion of The Gospel of Gun Rights. Also, please feel free to express your opinion to President Trump on Twitter. You know that he loves Twitter!
Congress is now compelled to act on healthcare reform and tax reform, and with your help, not only will we make America great again - we will make her greater than ever before. Thank you, and may God bless America.
State of Florida
CONGRATULATORY LETTER TO PAM BONDI
Sent July 27, 2017
To the Attorney General of the State of Florida Pam Bondi,
I would like to offer you congratulations, because you won National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius. It is imperative for you to know that Chief Justice John Roberts struck the individual health insurance mandate down as both a command and a tax when he ruled that Congress could not compel commerce.
Congress could have enforced the individual mandate by creating a universal excise on all health insurance policies and commanding that Americans pay the excise. This method of taxation would have imposed the mandate as both a command and a tax.
The Constitution grants Congress the authority to lay and collect duties, imposts and excises, and it also requires that all direct taxes be apportioned. Hylton v. United States gave Congress the authority to directly tax Americans without apportionment when it said that Congress could impose a direct tax and call it a duty, impost or excise. Brushaber v. Union Pacific used Hylton to uphold the first income tax. Hylton and Brushaber are unconstitutional under Sebelius.
A direct tax is a tax on the ownership of anything including the human body, and it is imposed by command. An indirect tax, i.e., sales tax, is a tax on the purchase and ownership of a contract of sale, and it is not imposed by command. Duties, imposts and excises are sales taxes, and they cannot be apportioned in any way. Therefore, above all other interpretations, "taxation without apportionment" means to impose a sales tax, and "direct taxation without apportionment" means to impose a sales tax as a direct tax. If the payment of a sales tax could be commanded like a direct tax, then a sale would be compelled. For example, if the Health Insurance Tax (HIT) was imposed as a direct tax, then Americans would be compelled to buy a Cadillac health insurance policy.
Like the healthcare tax, a sales tax on health insurance could have also been imposed on Americans for not purchasing health insurance, and in fact, mandating the sale of health insurance with a tax on the sale of health insurance would have naturally upheld the act that Congress attempted to mandate: the sale of health insurance.
Brushaber said that an income tax is an excise, and under Sebelius, an excise can only be used one way to tax the sale of labor. First, its rate must be determined by the type of labor that is sold. It cannot be determined by an income bracket, because only labor is sold and not income. Second, an excise must always be added to the cost of labor, because this is its regulatory purpose.
Any excise on labor must be used as a regulatory tax. In Sebelius, Roberts said, "But taxes that seek to influence conduct are nothing new. Some of our earliest federal taxes sought to deter the purchase of imported manufactured goods in order to foster growth of domestic industry. Today, federal and state taxes can compose more than half the retail price of cigarettes, not just to raise more money, but to encourage people to quit smoking. And we have upheld such obvious regulatory measures as taxes on selling marijuana and sawed-off shotguns. Indeed, 'every tax is in some measure regulatory. To some extent it interposes an economic impediment to the activity as compared with others not taxed.'" He also said, "Congress's use of the Taxing Clause to encourage buying something is, by contrast, not new", and "Congress may not for example, expand its power under the Taxing Clause."
The Sixteenth Amendment does not give Congress the authority to directly tax without apportionment, because it does not mention the term Direct Taxes. As a result, the Taxing Clause strictly prohibits the collection of all existing federal income taxes and withholding taxes. All income taxes on inheritance, capital gains, dividends, royalties, gambling and charitable donations are not excises, and therefore, they must be apportioned.
The Commerce Clause prevents the healthcare tax from being collected. Roberts said, "The Court today holds that our Constitution protects us from federal regulation under the Commerce Clause so long as we abstain from the regulated activity." Roberts defined regulation as taxation, and therefore, Congress cannot tax Americans when they abstain from a sale.
The mandate for pre-existing conditions is prohibited by Sebelius, because a sale is compelled when either a buyer is forced to buy and a seller is forced to sell. Congress can only regulate the terms in a health insurance policy. For example, Congress can mandate that insurance companies are not allowed to ask or seek any information regarding potential customers, and it can mandate that a policy cannot be cancelled due to a medical condition. Congress can also punish doctors that share this information with the insurance companies. The insurance companies can be subsidized to help absorb the additional cost for insuring people with pre-existing conditions.
Sebelius restored the right to buy a gun for all free Americans, because it ruled that paying a tax is a lawful act. Roberts said, "We do not make light of the severe burden that taxation-especially taxation motivated by a regulatory purpose-can impose. But imposition of a tax nonetheless leaves an individual with a lawful choice to do or not do a certain act, so long as he is willing to pay a tax levied on that choice", and "Congress's authority under the taxing power is limited to requiring an individual to pay money into the Federal Treasury, no more. If a tax is properly paid, the Government has no power to compel or punish individuals subject to it." He also said, "In distinguishing penalties from taxes, this Court has explained that 'if the concept of penalty means anything, it means punishment for an unlawful act or omission.'" Paying a sales tax is a lawful act, and no American can be penalized for paying the Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax or a state sales tax when a gun is purchased.
To bear is to support, sustain or carry, and all Americans have a right to bear arms. A Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP) is unconstitutional, because neither Congress nor the States can impose a tax on exercising a right. Murdoch v. Pennsylvania said, "A state may not impose a charge for the enjoyment of a right granted by the federal constitution." The critical flaw with the CWP is if a license tax could be imposed on exercising a Second Amendment right, then a license tax could also be imposed on exercising a First Amendment right or any other right.
Congress and the States can implement strict gun control laws. They can regulate the type of gun that is permitted to be carried in public, how it should be carried and where it can be carried. They can also limit the use in public for only self defense.
The Gospel of Gun Rights discusses the issues in this letter in greater detail along with many others that were impacted by Sebelius. This letter will also be sent to Governor Rick Scott since he has been your greatest supporter. President Donald Trump will be extremely thankful to you, because he now has a real opportunity to reform healthcare and the Internal Revenue Code. Thanks to you, President Trump will become The Great Reformer.