(NEWS CENTER) -- Governor Paul LePage pulled no punches during his weekly radio address over the weekend. In it, he criticized the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold the penalty that would be assessed on americans who choose not to get health insurance under President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act, a penalty that would be collected by the IRS in the form of a tax.
The governor likened the IRS to Nazi Germany's Gestapo, the dreaded secret police known for their particular form of brutaility towards Jews.
Democrats, jewish groups and others immediately pounced on the governor's choice of words.
We talk with NEWS CENTER's political analysts, Phil Harriman and Ethan Strimling about it all.