The following is just a portion of the stories that Jim Schneider selected for listener comment on this Wednesday edition of Crosstalk:
--Today is the third day of U.S. Supreme Court testimony regarding Obamacare.
--A CNN legal analyst calls Obamacare a “train wreck” for the Obama administration.
--Justice Elena Kagen did not recuse herself from the hearings in spite of the fact that in the past she has shown to be in favor of the enactment of Obamacare.
--Obamacare regulations contain 2.16 million words.
--Former Senator Arlen Specter confirms that he viewed Romney’s health care reform plan in Massachusetts as solid precedent for Obamacare.
--In South Korea on Monday, President Obama is caught giving interesting comments regarding the U.S. nuclear position as it relates to Russia.
--Russian government radio views the ignoring of the Obama eligibility issue by the American media as the biggest censorship and blackout attempt in the history of journalism.
--President Obama’s administration has requested 770 million dollars in federal funds to combat the effects of global warming in developing nations.