Looks like 25 or more states will file lawsuits within hours of Obama signing this bill, and their basis is: 1. You can not mandate that citizens buy a private product. Equating this with purchasing car insurance has been shredded and is the argument of a 6 year old, so save your own dignity and leave that one alone. 2. You can not give special considerations to some states(sweetheart deals), while making all states financially responsible for it. This is not the same thing as appropriations that get allocated through legislation. It will be challenged and the fed will lose. 3. Obama's pending "executive order" is not worth the paper it will be written on. Besides being reversible with the stroke of his own pen, Presidents cannot override statutory law by themselves. Executive power does not do this. This is a total sham. Stupack is either the most ignorant congressman in history, or he believes we are all ignorant. Since it was announced Friday that his district got some additional funding for airports, I will let you decide which. I have heard lots of people throw around soundbytes like "supremacy", and "commerce clause", and the fact remains that the fed can rule on "interstate" commerce. See any of that here? And "supremacy" of federal statues only applies when there is a constitutional basis for the law in the first place. States cannot mandate that we buy products, and neither can the fed. There is no precedent for it. None. You will hear a great deal of this in the next weeks from people who assume you cannot read, and cannot think for yourself. Don't take my word for it, go and find the information yourself. And then remember the arrogance of the people who think that we will give up these rights freely, and vote them all out of office. Just out of curiosity. Is this the "change" in politics that Obama meant to bring to Washington? Is this the hope of uniting the separate factions of the country? And don't point your finger at republicans as obstructionists. They could not obstruct this bill, it was dems that did that. And republicans offered plenty of options for reform. While imperfect, they certainly did not attach the baggage of the current legislation. I thought we were pretty divided under Clinton, and even more so under Bush, but I have a feeling that it has only gotten worse. Certainly not the brand that Obama sold to the middle. Does he care, or was it all bs?