Did you know there are several cases in civil court throughout the country filed by concerned citizens citing the Affordable Healthcare Act, dubbed Obama-care as a jab at President Barack Obama by the GOP, as unconstitutional? As a uninsured working American who cannot afford to purchase health insurance at current rates, I am very interested in seeing where insurance costs wind up. Jonathan Cohn does all the heavy lifting for us in regards to these lawsuits, and illustrates the weird disconnect in the mind of a person who is being crippled by medical bills to the point of bankruptcy, and yet still seeks to abolish a law that makes health insurance more affordable by mandating purchase. Says Mr. Cohn,’the legal case against the Affordable Healthcare Act may have just become weaker. And it’s not because of anything that happened in Washington. It’s because of something that happened in Florida: The filing of bankruptcy papers by Mary Brown, who until recently owned and operated an auto repair shop near Pensacola.’ Please follow the link to read the entire article in The New Republic, New Twist In Obama-care Act suits.