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Republican Surrenderists for Obamacare

Neal from PA Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 11:50 AM
This is not the United States of America. Not when lawmakers callously toss aside the U.S. Constitution and the WILL of “We the People”. This has less to do about fixing a health care system (which is not broken, but is in need of reform) and more about increasing government power and control over the everyday lives of Americans!
carole28 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 12:01 PM
With little hope, I approach every election in CT with the feeling that maybe this time this state will get it and will vote Republican. I continue to be disappointed. After reading this, I am also hoping that other states with obvious RINOs will also vote in true conservatives. Our government is so-o-o-o broken, I am beginning to doubt that it will ever be saved. It's beginning to seem as though we don't really have two parties; instead we have a politican party which only cares about power and to hell with the rest of us.
Neal from PA Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 12:19 PM
There is a storm raging across America. Alcoholism, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, abortion, homosexuality, school violence, child abuse, pornography, rape, robbery and murder pervade our nation. America is drowning in wickedness and immorality. By all measures, this storm threatens to erode the moral, political, and economic foundations of America.

America is incrementally and systematically rejecting the moral principals upon which she was founded. As these moral principles continue to be systematically and incrementally corrupted and removed from America, our nation and individuals will continue to experience even greater moral decay and deeper decline.

During the summer of 2009, conservative activists turned up the heat on Democratic politicians to protest the innovation-destroying, liberty-usurping Obamacare mandate. In the summer of 2012, it's squishy Republican politicians who deserve the grassroots flames.

In case you hadn't heard, even if the Supreme Court overturns the progressives' federal health care juggernaut, prominent GOP leaders vow to preserve its most "popular" provisions. These big-government Republicans show appalling indifference to the dire market disruptions and culture of dependency that Obamacare schemes have wrought.

GOP Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri, vice chair of the Senate GOP Conference, told a St. Louis...