I find Virginia Judge Henry Hudson's ruling that National Health Care is unconstitutional peculiar on several counts. First, this country was all set to have national health back in 1912. We were, even then, the only industrialized nation not to protect our citizens, and the legislation had been proposed and approved, the American Medical Association and the public were solidly behind it — and then we went to war with Germany. Since Bismarck had begun Germany's health care program, the blueprint from which all other plans were built, in the 1890s, Congress decided that is just would not do for the U.S. to take up any nasty German habits, so the project was scrapped. But, it was constitutional then, so I don't see how it can be unconstitutional now.