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Does Congress have the power to mandate obese people join Weight Watchers?

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I wish Congress had the power to mandate you stay off the internet after your wake and bake.

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i prefer "pleasingly plump".

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If we had a public option there would be no need for a mandate...

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Yeah thats the crux here. Republicans went nuts for the public option, Dems caved...so now the mandate that's required to make this work because of the Dems negotiating is awful to them. Grow up.

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Under this administration's interpretation of the commerce clause, yes.

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So theres hope the whole wake and bake G5 thing might actually happen?

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I think the gov't should ship them to Mexico.

edit: Just got back from the VA mountain. Jesus f'n Christ there are a lot of fat fugers up there. It was disturbing.

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I just don't like anything that is a "mandate."

Didn't dubya coin that phrase?

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