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Broken Promises of ObamaCare

wordkyle Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 10:48 AM
There are not enough apologies in the world to absolve the Democrats of their part in this crime. They can't plead ignorance, because everything coming to pass was predicted by the legislation's opponents. At best they were willfully ignorant; at worst, they sacrificed the well-being of Americans for generations to come, simply to exercise political power. There needs to be some kind of reckoning. "I told you so" just doesn't seem adequate.
Drifter33 Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 12:29 PM
The democrats will want to be judged on their "intentions", not the "results". (As usual.)

Polly1 Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 3:58 PM
Sorry, Drifter, but I don't believe their intentions were all that good, either. What they will ask us to judge them on is their STATED intentions, not the ones they really carried in their "minds." (I put minds in quotes because I'm not sure all of them actually HAVE minds.)

Tomorrow marks the third anniversary of President Obama’s most significant legislative 'accomplishment': ObamaCare -- the largest expansion of the welfare state in five decades. Tellingly, the President made sure it did not go into effect until after his re-election campaign concluded. Thus, Americans will not feel the full impact of this disastrous legislation until this coming January.

Despite a long, lavishly funded campaign to sell the supposed benefits of the 2,400 page behemoth, polls show ObamaCare is still as deeply unpopular now with the American people than when it passed in the spring of 2010. A recent Kaiser Family Poll shows...