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Memo to the States’ Governors and AGs on The Decision On Obamacare’s Exchanges: Go Churchill Or Go Home

bigdawgworking Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 2:01 PM
"The president's re-election was manifestly not about Obamacare..." And HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?? Oh yeah, I remember. The "party of stupid" snatched defeat from the jaws of victory with a candidate who pretty much liked all or some of ObamaCare. And, conservatives stayed home because ... well the "...election was manifestly not about Obamacare".
KDBeale Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 8:50 AM
The only hope I see is that Texas is successful in seceding from the union and becomes a sovereign country.
When it's all done then I'm moving there to get away from Obama and all of his craziness.
renny4 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 4:14 PM
People who stayed home for whatever reason were unconscionable jerks, who are not just giving us ocare, but lib. SCOTUS members, a gutted military, higher taxes on everyone, and contiinued depression and joblessness. Thanks a lot, dopes.
bigdawgworking Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:10 AM
Really? Looking at it from the point of view of the stay at homers: would it really be any different with Romney? They did not think so. They voted for change by voting Libertarian or not voting.. I voted for Romney, but I wonder if the stay at homers might be right.

With the president mobilizing for a barnstorming tour in support of massive tax hikes and to, in effect, overturn last week's vote to keep the House in GOP hands and the gavel in John Boehner's --details here on the president's plan-- the GOP is getting organized in the House and laying down markers.

The media is focused on speculation about the "big deal" and the various scandals, but a huge story is brewing that few are watching.

The deadline for the most important political and legal decisions of the near term is being made in every state: Whether or not...