Posted in Election 2012, History, Liberals Rock My Sox!, National Politics, National Security, Video How Can the GOP Counter This Message? Phil Scarr April 27, 2012 Ummmm, they can’t… Game over. Share: Related Articles What a Difference a Few Years Can Make… DNC Ad – Not one GOP Candidate spoke up… From lobbyists’ pens to legislators’ lips Rush got punked
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It was a good decision made by President Obama. Unfortunately, there have been far more bad decisions.
Really? Like what. Specifically…
Being born black outside the US and registering as a democrat about sums up the “bad decisions”.
And the birthers have appeared on Blogging Blue… hey, VP. Fuck off!
Obamacare, for starters.
What specifically about The Affordable Care Act is a “bad decision?” The part where it came from an idea developed at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank? Or the part where Governor Romney implemented it in Massachusetts?
You are clever Phil, I will give you that. It is true that some of this nonsense has been embraced at various times by conservatives/Republicans. That said, I don’t recall signing on as the defender of all things ever said by a Republican. Specifically, the mandate. Bad in more ways than one. Bad for you as it will be the downfall of Obamacare, as it should be.
So again, what specifically do you find objectionable? Is it the mandate? Is that the only thing that’s bad about it?
It was tongue in cheek, but whatever. A happy fuck off to you Phil!
Phil, there are many who have made the argument far better than I could, but the gist of the problem is that if the federal government can make you purchase a product, then there is no limit on the commerce clause. And of course the constitution was designed to limit the powers of the federal government. No, the mandate is not the only thing that is bad. How about the length? Any law that is 2000 pages long is simply too long and too complicated for people to understand. I think liberals like this because it empowers an army of bureaucrats to enforce the laws they see fit. Add to that is the hubris it takes to think a handful of elites can run the health care industry. I know you like to argue but do you really like Obamacare or do you just feel some obligation to defend it?
Unfortunately, even conservative Constiutional scholars recognize the constitutionality of the mandate. And with good reason. I suggest you read the whole article.
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