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House & Senate Republicans Set to Endorse and Fund Obamacare
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no surprise here.

Republicans = cowards

stop voting, people.

link- http://www.redstate.com/2013/03/01/house...obamacare/

Quote:You want to know why the left is more successful at politics? They are willing to move heaven and earth to create new dependency programs, despite the electoral risks. They understand that once the program is implemented, Republicans will never have the guts to undo it. And they are correct. Even some of our best conservatives lack the gumption to do what it takes to eliminate the worst program of all time – Obamacare.

In fact, House conservatives, not just the general rank and file Republicans, appear set to endorse Obamacare and approve its funding. Yes, even former Republican Study Committee (“RSC”) Chairmen Jeb Hensarling, Tom Price, and Jim Jordan along with present RSC Chairman Steve Scalise will do so, but I’m sure ACU will give them sufficiently high “conservative” scores to hide behind like they did with Mitch McConnell.

It’s ironic to watch some of the real conservatives and a lot of the so-called conservatives get excited about the prospect of producing a balanced budget with healthcare entitlement reform. Do these people really think we will be able to reform Medicare, which is a wildly popular program, when they lack the testicular fortitude to pull the trigger on Obamacare – a program that is still unpopular?

Republicans promised to defund Obamacare. They lied. Now we are at the end of the rope. If we don’t engage in a fight to the death over funding for Obamacare, it will forever be enshrined in the welfare state; it will forever relegate us to lethargic growth; it will forever make private healthcare unaffordable.

No – this is not one of those issues we shrug off and surrender due to an election. This is a fight we cannot lose because a majority of Americans still oppose Obamacare. This is a fight we must not lose or we’ll be talking in 20 years from now how to muster the courage to implement minuscule reforms to this behemoth, the same way we are talking now about Medicare.
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andrewjs18;84574 Wrote:no surprise here.

Republicans = cowards

stop voting, people.

link- http://www.redstate.com/2013/03/01/house...obamacare/

Coming from a little tea-party tabloid.

Andrew, if people stop voting they give in to what I call destruction from within. We have seen the start of that in November of last year.
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D10;84585 Wrote:
andrewjs18;84574 Wrote:no surprise here.

Republicans = cowards

stop voting, people.

link- http://www.redstate.com/2013/03/01/house...obamacare/

Coming from a little tea-party tabloid.

Andrew, if people stop voting they give in to what I call destruction from within. We have seen the start of that in November of last year.

They officially withdrew their consent from what these hacks in office are doing by not voting for any of them (myself included).

By voting, whether your guy wins or loses, you're giving them your consent.
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andrewjs18;84591 Wrote:
D10;84585 Wrote:Coming from a little tea-party tabloid.

Andrew, if people stop voting they give in to what I call destruction from within. We have seen the start of that in November of last year.

They officially withdrew their consent from what these hacks in office are doing by not voting for any of them (myself included).

By voting, whether your guy wins or loses, you're giving them your consent.

A wannabe site with a wannabe editorial and you expect me to take it as fact? Tell you what, give me some VERIFIABLE facts and we'll have a discussion.
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Quote:This is a fight we cannot lose because a majority of Americans still oppose Obamacare.

If this were the case, we wouldn't be enduring Obama, Part Deux. Everyone knew that if he was reelected, Obamacare would become law of the land yet here we are. Anyone who was so concerned about that should have voted for Obama's only real competition instead of not voting or voting write in.
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thebearpack;84610 Wrote:
Quote:This is a fight we cannot lose because a majority of Americans still oppose Obamacare.

If this were the case, we wouldn't be enduring Obama, Part Deux. Everyone knew that if he was reelected, Obamacare would become law of the land yet here we are. Anyone who was so concerned about that should have voted for Obama's only real competition instead of not voting or voting write in.

Don't you know that the best way to vote is not toShrug, or maybe vote for someone who has absolutely zero chance of winning. Then complain about itRolleyes.
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One of the biggest problems with this last election was the fact that SO MANY people stayed home and didn't vote.

The other biggest problem was rampant fraud.
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Speaking of Obamacare, anybody think it was possible that Justice Roberts was black mailed into making his decision? I'll have to find the article, but I do remember the Obama administration making threats while the Supreme Court was listening to the case and making their decisions too.
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billamj;84604 Wrote:
andrewjs18;84591 Wrote:They officially withdrew their consent from what these hacks in office are doing by not voting for any of them (myself included).

By voting, whether your guy wins or loses, you're giving them your consent.

A wannabe site with a wannabe editorial and you expect me to take it as fact? Tell you what, give me some VERIFIABLE facts and we'll have a discussion.

want to take bets that they'll allow the funding?

I got $20 saying that they will. you?

arjohnson;84623 Wrote:
thebearpack;84610 Wrote:If this were the case, we wouldn't be enduring Obama, Part Deux. Everyone knew that if he was reelected, Obamacare would become law of the land yet here we are. Anyone who was so concerned about that should have voted for Obama's only real competition instead of not voting or voting write in.

Don't you know that the best way to vote is not toShrug, or maybe vote for someone who has absolutely zero chance of winning. Then complain about itRolleyes.

you voted and still lost, no?

I voted for nobody 2012 and won.

RugerGirl;84634 Wrote:One of the biggest problems with this last election was the fact that SO MANY people stayed home and didn't vote.

The other biggest problem was rampant fraud.

no, people staying home was a good thing because it means we - the people who don't vote - are winning.

also, while I'm sure some fraud did exist, republicans cannot use that as an excuse every single time they lose an election. the truth of the matter is that the DOP put up a socialist to run as a republican and enough people decided they'd vote for someone else or stay home.
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andrewjs18;84654 Wrote:you voted and still lost, no?

I voted for nobody 2012 and won.

If you actually think you (or any other productive American) won anything by the outcome of that election, you're delusional.
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