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The True Impact of the Obamacare Decision

Dan4688 Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 6:54 PM
I think the point of this exercise is that it is about time the voters held the Congress liable for its actions and took some personal responsibility in the outcome by voting them out and making sure they pass agreeable laws and taxes. We need to educate ourselves and get people in there that understand what the limitations of the Federal Government really should be.
None1257 Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 9:26 PM
The "people" have already spoken. One group want a big government type, like Obama as the next President, and another group of people want a big government type, like Romey. The only difference is, one is in favor of an even bigger government than the other.
Mark1369 Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 4:09 AM
That is not the voice of the people unless you just want to be negative about things. Romney will be as Conservative as the people we elect to Congress and the Senate. So many people complain about not getting things done after the 2010 election but it takes more time to create change. We came up short in 2010 and the liberals still have 2/3 of gov't. It is up to the people to get more Constitutionalist into Congress and the Senate so that the President once again becomes the branch of gov't that executes the laws passed by the legislature instead of the branch that Obama has made it because he has the protection of the Senate.

Do Americans – do you -- really understand the gravity of what happened in the Supreme Court yesterday? Do you have any idea at all how the power of the Imperial Federal Government of the United States has been exponentially increased?

Answer? No, you probably don’t. You really can’t be faulted for that, I guess. After all, our wonderful government school system was designed to educate you, but only to the point that you don’t become a threat to your political rulers. The American people are a product of those schools, and the American people are, by and large,...