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House Repeal of Obamacare Is Way More Than Symbolic

Topeka Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 10:15 AM
The difference b/w a conservative and a lib-tard is being a "Right-Man" - h/t to Colin Wilson (outsider). In today's slang, i'd reframe it "Win-Man" who wants his guy or his team to win no matter what. The reason I goes nuts on Lefties isn't b/c of what I believe though - it is b/c of what I have seen them do to me, my family, my nbhrs, to innocent children... my own lying eyeballs are enough to justify condemning lib-tardism in all its forms and variants. Those who love it - are usually selfish- "Win-men" who want the money, power, or Ego-boost that comes with the territory.
Topeka Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 10:21 AM
In that vein ... I pray Rombama wins. I pray he tries to repeal the Anti-Health-Care Act which will do for healthcare what Socialist Insecurity has done for retirement savings. I pray he succeeds.

Not b/c I'm a "Win-man" but b/c I actually want people to live and have healthcare (esp. me and mine but really for everyone - the more affordable it is the more for everybody). HATE-Care threatens to impose a burden on our system limiting healthcare in ways unseen in this country EVER. Literally, the only Americans who have suffered this sort of cruel law were black slaves with CRUEL masters in the antebellum south. The Party of Slavery now proposes it for ALL of their opponents... a fitting stand but one which we should oppose.
Topeka Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 10:28 AM
If Rombama wins, and tries, and succeeds at defeating the Anti-Health-Care Act...

... I will have to hire an excavator to find my jaw, ... and buy a new collection of baseball caps.

... unlike lib-tards, I would rather be a wrong, and jawless, and cap-less conservative than to see my neighbors dying ...

... ok, well they won't really die that way - they'll come to us and say "will you help pay for healthcare" and we'll say "Yes we would - but Bambamcare wiped us out so you'll just have to die today..."

... and lib-tard's will say "see those jobless, homeless, penniless Kulak's are heartless" ...

... just as their slave-owning forebears called the slaves names too ...

Who "refuse" to help Uncle Bambam ...

So what about the GOP House vote to repeal that legislative monstrosity that masquerades under the misleading title of "Affordable Care Act"? Was the vote more than symbolic?

Will the vote have any impact on the presidential and congressional races? What about the GOP proposals to replace Obamacare? A host presented those three questions, and I'd like to address them more thoroughly than the time permitted on television.

I don't believe that the GOP repeal vote was merely symbolic, even though everyone knows that the obstructionist Democratic Senate, which hasn't produced a budget for more than 1,100 days,...