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Ohio Gov. John Kasich: Yeah, We Won’t be Setting up ObamaCare Exchanges Either

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 1:49 PM
Republicans were once people who welcomed the advances of science and education, were generally civil in their dealings with political opponents, shunned conspiracism and outrageous paranoia, and were not constantly sounding the alarm about the impending end of civilization. For those in the Republican, Neo-Con, Tea Party conspiracist subculture, Obama as president, represents a constitutional crisis because he is seen as a traitor betraying the country to secret elites plotting a collectivist totalitarian rule through a global New World Order. Republicans think with their blood.
Chestertonfan Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 2:02 PM
Arithmetic doesn't lie. It just doesn't. What is scientific about thinking any nation can continue to borrow $1.5 trillion per year indefinitely? Is THAT scientific? You people made the same derisive smears against McCarthy, then later the Russians released the Venona Paers and it turns out he was right.
When it comes to the regs of the EPA and the Dept of Labor, this is no "sky is falling" hysteria. If you owned a business, you would know it is already fact. Wait till "O" signs the new "Law of the Sea" and the small arms treaty, then portray these concerns as fancy. Be careful.

Earlier today Katie reported that Gov. Rick Perry announced Texas will not be setting up its own health care exchange – the government-run ‘marketplace’ for getting health insurance or, as Rush Limbaugh explains it, a ‘health care DMV.’

Today, Ohio Gov. John Kasich followed suit:

Today Governor John Kasich told the federal government that Ohio would not run an Obamacare health insurance exchange but would leave that to them. Not only are an exchange’s start-up and operating costs very high, but once created, Ohio will have almost zero control over how it operates. This will...