Regarding your editorial "ObamaCare Delay Number 38" (March 27): The Supreme Court concluded the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate was constitutional based on Congress's broad taxing authority. Sen. Harry Reid and his Democratic friends have decided that extending the open enrollment deadline past March 31 and thus avoiding any penalty (aka "tax") for not having insurance is necessary because as Sen. Reid says, "people are not educated on how to use the Internet."
Given the same logic, shouldn't Congress delay the statutory deadline of April 15 for payment of federal income taxes due? After all, isn't complying with the IRS code and its approximately 75,000 pages of rules and regulations at least as complex as navigating the ObamaCare website? How about it, Harry?