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Judicial Betrayal

Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Jul 04, 2012 11:35 AM
I do not agree with Roberts' interpretation, but he couldn't uphold BarryDontCare wirhout 4 other votes. If He's a traitor, so are they. BTW, those who call Roberts guilty of treason need to reacquaint themselves with the actual meaning of the word, free of heated political rhetoric. This ruling is not the end of things. If you're serious about overturning this, the court left a path via repeal.
Corbett_ Wrote: Jul 04, 2012 12:13 PM
Get real -- the GOP is not going to repeal this monstrosity. Even if the GOP didn't crave an increase in federal power, they just don't have the cojones to get the job done.

Besides, the GOP nominee wrote the blueprint for Obamacare.
annfan_777 Wrote: Jul 04, 2012 12:59 PM
Not now, but wait and see what happens in November when we clean out a few more liberals and RINOs.
Chester1776 Wrote: Jul 04, 2012 1:29 PM
bobbit Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 5:06 PM
Actually the architects of "Romneycare" are Greg Sargent and Jonathan Gruber who needed to come up with a solution for a promise the state of MA was having with uninsureds taking up valuable healthcare resources but not paying for it - driving up costs for everyone else.However I agree with Romney's position that this is a state's right issue. The Federal government is restricted from doing this because the Constitution did not specifically give it this power. However all else falls to the states or the people - i.e. MA - and its duly elected reps passed the legislation.
bobbit Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 5:07 PM
"a PROBLEM the state of MA was having with uninsureds"
Betrayal is hard to take, whether in our personal lives or in the political life of the nation. Yet there are people in Washington -- too often, Republicans -- who start living in the Beltway atmosphere, and start forgetting those hundreds of millions of Americans beyond the Beltway who trusted them to do right by them, to use their wisdom instead of their cleverness.

President Bush 41 epitomized these betrayals when he broke his "read my lips, no new taxes" pledge. He paid the price when he quickly went from high approval ratings as president to someone defeated for reelection by a...

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