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Remember Obamacare?

Joe 145 Wrote: May 07, 2012 8:32 AM
"A house divided cannot stand". We are as badly divided as I have ever seen, including Vietnam. I thought that we were all going to be working together. (I must admit, I am now part of the problem. After the B.S. of "We need to pass this bill so that YOU can find out what is in it", I have told my representatives NO MORE DEALS) This is not like me. I like to make deals and compromise. This is not possible with the group of people that are passing MAJOR laws so that I can find out what the new laws do. They passed it because they COULD. This is NOT representative government.

Hidden by the fog of a presidential campaign and slumping economic recovery is President Obama’s signature achievement: Obamacare.

For any number of reasons, one of the most unpopular laws in a generation has faded into the background. All too often, Obamacare constitutes no more than a brief talking point for pundits and politicians. And as of late, it has even served as a legislative slush fund to “pay for” more big-government spending boondoggles.

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