Or, an Open letter to Congress.
You might be right.
But that’s not the point… and you, the Establishment Republicans, know it.
The point is to figure out Who is on the side of Socializing Health Care and Who is not.
The Democrats are a known entity. No mystery, or closet Socialists, there.
It’s you, Establishment Republicans, who fear being forced to admit your true beliefs, especially heading into an election cycle… particularly when we are paying attention…
The other point here is to fight every fight… every day… every hour… for the Constitution and the Freedom our Founders intended us to demand.
Socialized Health Care is exactly the opposite of the founding intent. Controlling humans beings is not an Enlightened theory of Government.
Individual Liberty is at stake… Obama Care is the Crown Jewel of Socialism. It is the last piece of a complete surrender to an Elitist/Progressive government that we can never turn back from.
It is the worst possible policy to embrace. Accepting it in any form is subscribing to the Socialist Paradigm. The entire thing must be scrapped and only then can we focus on Personal and Portable.
And don’t fool yourself, we know there are plenty of people calling themselves Republican who enjoy the trappings of Socialist ideas such as class stasis and control over the Individual… not to mention the wealth accumulated by having both.
If for nothing else, vote to defund it so we know who are friends of Liberty and Freedom,
and especially those who are Not.
The few of us remaining.
Very Sour, Sad, Socialist Grapes
September 20th, 2013 at 6:22 pm
Bill O’ Reilly says the Repubs shouldn’t vote defund Obamacare because the consequence of perception.
Yes, the Democrats, and the collaborative media spin will proclaim any government shut-down is the Republican’s fault, but when it is implemented, the Democrats will also inculpate the Republicans for Obamacare care’s cost, privacy, and service failures!
Yes, the vote is important -I can’t wait to see who votes
September 20th, 2013 at 12:56 pm
Some people are suggesting that Obamacare should be fully implemented as soon as possible, so that Republicans can win future elections and then repeal it. What do you think about that? I think it is probably the best idea, even though I highly doubt that Republicans will repeal it once in power. But, the status quo isn’t mathematically sustainable, even without Obamacare. I would argue that the only way to get rid of Obamacare is to have the whole system collapse, and Obamacare would certainly help with that. Then again, I really have no idea what I am talking about.
September 20th, 2013 at 11:11 pm
There has never been an entitlement enacted that was repealed. The closest thing we’ve seen in our lifetime was Welfare REFORM… but all the good that occurred has been undone.
September 21st, 2013 at 10:31 am
Yeah, but it’s not sustainable. I don’t see how the whole entitlement system in the United States won’t collapse soon.
September 21st, 2013 at 10:55 am
Snake… to be an American you cannot allow Reason and Rational to get in the way of making bad decisions.