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The Need For Speed and Detail On the Pledge of Repeal

bilken Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 1:12 PM
No reason to huddle with the likes of Boehner or McConnell. They have already resgned to the fact they might lose their jobs. It is tme to abolish the 16th amendment. It is time as written in the Declaration to change ths entire system of our present govenment and start again with exacting words that cannot be misconstrued by anyone that is a living ,breathing constitution, It means in exacting words and no constitutional scholars to rewrite every othe day.Other than this, revolution is the best answer.

Do you trust the Congressional GOP to do everything they can to repeal Obamacare if Mitt Romney wins the presidency and if at least 51 GOP senators are elected and the House GOP majority maintained?

Do you trust them to move as quickly as possible to do so?

I do, because the political consequences of failing to do so would be so immense as to cost the GOP their newly won majorities in 2014. If empowered by the voters, the failure to repeal Obamacare will result a massive repudiation of the GOP by its own base.