Perhaps it should be in the Constitution. Call it the Hindsight Amendment. Whenever a politician discovers that a favored bill isn't working out and has become unpopular, he or she resorts to the hindsight argument. "Hindsight is always 20/20."

Paramount’s film Noah is based on the Biblical story of Noah and the Ark. The film admittedly takes “creative license,” but according to the disclaimer from its trailers, it remains “true to the essence, values, and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide.”

So the Democratic Congressman who helped get the Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as the monstrosity called ObamaCare) shoved down our throats in 2010 now says he was double-crossed by the Barack Obama administration. Are we supposed to be surprised?

Employers are legally persons, too, at least until the Supreme Court rules otherwise. They also have rights, including the right to religious freedom. More to the point they have the right to be left alone from unauthorized, unconstitutional government mandates. That's why we have a Constitution in the first place.

Some statements and arguments are so asinine that you'd have to be an academic or a leftist to take them seriously.

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