Idaho, the first state to sue the federal government over the health care overhaul, has announced plans to resort to an obscure 18th century legal remedy that recognizes a state’s right to nullify any federal law that the state has deemed unconstitutional.
The doctrine, known as nullification, has its roots in the brand of governance practiced by the nation’s founding fathers.
Now even the bill's sponsors admit that this might not work. But let's keep throwing roadblocks up before this country is well and truly fucked by Obamacare.
And I'm damn proud to be from Idaho, folks.