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  1. Actually, I disagree that IPAB is immune to Court action since the 14th Amendment prohibits discrimination. It is settled law regarding discriminating on the basis of age. If any medical treatment is rationed on the basis of age, it is a direct violation of existing laws and IPAB can not violate the Law while being created as a matter of Law under ObamaCare.

    The SCOTUS must rule in favor of the 14 Amendment or risk making the Constitution itself of lessor stature to legislative law. In fact, if such a ruling occurred, the Constitution would be undone and in effect be nullified since every article and amendment would then be subject to legislative revision. That would be a de facto Court led coup de tat and the US would cease to be a Republic.

    Comment by dscott — February 11, 2013 @ 12:51 pm

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