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No Way GOP Could Win on Health Care Decision

UTDave Wrote: Jul 03, 2012 3:32 PM
Money was not the issue. The other candidates in the field were very weak overall. Romney won this by default. He would have won with a shoestring budget. Romney could have had twice the money he had and he would have gotten waxed if a true conservative had been in the race. Unfortunately, there was no such candidate this time around. Our goal needs to be continuing to place conservatives in the State Houses and Governor mansions throughout this country. We continue to do this and there will come a time when they will make the changes occur that get us back to our Constitutional principles. Until that occurs, we are wasting our time thinking Washington insiders (GOP or DEM) will fix our problems. They are incapable of doing so.
In the court of public opinion, Republican officials cannot win. It's a known fact, made more evident with each news cycle, that many campaign issues are lose-lose for the GOP.

If the Supreme Court had overturned Obamacare, the public no doubt would have turned against the GOP for being too obstructionist, the GOP-led Supreme Court for being too judicially activist and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney for flip-flopping on the individual mandate.

When the big bench upheld the Affordable Care Act, Team Obama won the glory. Republican-appointed Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court's four liberal justices; opinion writers praised him for his...