The court system is currently debating whether or not government can force you to purchase health insurance (a fundamental and essential component of Obamacare). Everyone here probably knows my position on the matter specifically regarding an ultra-liberal reading of the commerce clause, but I have a few questions for those of you who support this liberal reading... If the federal government can force you to buy health insurance... can it force you to purchase a gun? can it force you to buy a house? can it force you to buy and consume 3 vegetables a day? can it force you to buy alcohol even if it's against your religion? can it force you to buy ______________? (anything, you fill in the blank) Do you think the government should be able to force you to buy anything, some things, nothing? Why or why not? Does the constitutionality issue concern you at all?