We are a personal freedom watchdog group attempting to file legal actions regarding the un-Constitutionality of the "individual mandate" as such a "mandate" violates both due process and habeas corpus protections (e.g., "mental health" commitments are being conducted exterior to court oversight via corrupt DHHS services in Maine). To pass the "individual mandate" as a so-called "tax," the Supreme Court deliberately focused on the "severability" issue, deflecting from the core concern -- the propagation of Constitutional violations as they already exist in the nation's profoundly corrupt medical infrastructure today -- by equating the forced consumption of "health insurance" to nothing more than a "tax," when "mental health" services in Maine (among other states) operates within a profoundly un-Constitutional and abusive police and "public welfare" infrastructure. Forcing us to carry "insurance" that would perpetuate activity erosive of our rights -- and (especially) the rights of the disabled poor among us -- is un-Constitutional in the first instance; ergo, it (the deceitfully-labeled "mandate") should not have passed court scrutiny...and would not have done so if the Supreme Court had been forced to consider that the nation's mental hospitals are un-Constitutional prisons and psychiatric torture facilities in the first instance. "Health insurance" making it easier for doctors and the police to incarcerate individuals exterior to court oversight -- and in violation of the habeas corpus clause of the U.S. Constitution -- is a highly dangerous contrivance designed to erode our right to be free from search and seizure. While the wealthy among us will be able to afford the "fine," the poor will be devastated, not only by the imposition of an unlawful monetary penalty, but because a growing number of disabled poor in this country already seek reprieve from -- (NOTE: and NOT more) -- medical abuse, including the requirement that said individuals visit doctors, including "mental health" practitioners.