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Obamacare Is Still Vulnerable

aerskine Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 12:52 PM
YES - and apparently so many voters reject Obama-Roberts Care (PERFECTION!) YET the election went to the Joker and not the Superman - I do not understand the election results - WHERE WERE THE MAJORITY WHO DO NOT WANT SOCIALIZED MEDICINE, huge debt, high energy prices, weakened dollar, taxes, regulations, "flexibility" with Putin, absolute immorality of Benghazi, MicHELLe's irresponsible spending of millions on herself and her family, crony capitalism corruption - ETC? Republican governors better stand strong and refuse to implement this monster Obama-Roberts Care.
Chester1776 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:07 PM
Or because they didn't want to vote for a Mormon.
WhatISaidWas Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 1:19 PM
Answer to "WHERE WERE THE MAJORITY WHO DO NOT WANT SOCIALIZED MEDICINE, huge debt, high energy prices, weakened dollar, taxes, regulations, "flexibility" with Putin, absolute immorality of Benghazi, MicHELLe's irresponsible spending of millions on herself and her family, crony capitalism corruption - ETC?"

They did not vote. They stayed at home because they did not get 100% of what they wanted.

President Obama has won reelection, and his administration has asked state officials to decide by Friday, November 16, whether their state will create one of Obamacare's health-insurance "exchanges." States also have to decide whether to implement the law's massive expansion of Medicaid. The correct answer to both questions remains a resounding no.

State-created exchanges mean higher taxes, fewer jobs, and less protection of religious freedom. States are better off defaulting to a federal exchange. The Medicaid expansion is likewise too costly and risky a proposition. Republican Governors Association chairman Bob McDonnell (R.,Va.) agrees, and has announced that Virginia...