Or maybe her face has been pulled so tight her brain has lost all capacity for logic and reason. Basically, our present Speaker of the House considers jail time a sufficient punishment for failure to buy health insurance. Now, Mrs. Pelosi didn’t say those words; but she didn’t exactly deny them either when asked point blank whether she thinks it’s right to condemn an individual to an 8 by 8 jail cell merely for neglecting to sign up for her latest disaster considered healthcare “reform”.

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So let me get this straight: If you want a job to work for this current administration it’s ok to forego paying taxes; yet if you choose to go without healthcare, you’re thrown in the slammer.

We can’t dare say the word “terrorist” but we can incriminate someone for lack of insurance.

This is the same woman who claims that water-boarding is a heinous act. (Didn’t she also accuse the CIA of lying?)

Our borders are wide open with illegals–oh, excuse me….undocumented workers–pouring through and committing crimes left and right and sucking this country dry of all it’s resources. Yet those who live here legally could be wearing an orange jumpsuit when their only “crime” is checking that little box that says “I do not want health care at this time.”

This is bass-ackwards my friends. And so is her response at a press conference to the question “where specifically does the Constitution grant Congress the authority to enact an individual health insurance mandate?”

Speaker Pelosi responded, “Are you serious? Are you serious?” The reporter said, “Yes, yes, I am.” Not responding further, Pelosi shook her head and took a question from another reporter.

Later on, Pelosi’s press spokesman Nadeam Elshami replied to CNSNews.com about its question regarding constitutional authority mandating that individual Americans buy health insurance. “You can put this on the record. That is not a serious question. That is not a serious question.” (Emphasis added.)

I no longer wonder if this woman considers the Constitution as expendable as toilet paper.

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